Global Cultural Relations Program 2024 in Morocco (Fully Funded)

Applications are open for the Global Cultural Relations Program (GCRP) 2024 in Marrakech, Morocco. It is a Fully Funded program initiated by the European Union. The Global Cultural Relations Program connects young cultural professionals from all over the world. This program is managed by the Culture Relations Platform. Last year, the GCRP was held in Spain. Approximately 40 professionals worldwide will Join the Global Cultural Relations Program (GCRP) 2024 in Morocco from 25-28 November 2024.

It is a unique opportunity that brings practitioners worldwide to create meaningful connections and discuss cross-cultural collaborations. IELTS is NOT required. There is NO application fee. The 2024 edition of GCRP is open to cultural and creative professionals OR participants working in the fields of creating safer societies. Are you Ready to Apply? More details about the application process and the benefits are given below.

Details About Global Cultural Relations Program 2024

  • Host Country: Morocco
  • Location: Marrakech
  • Travel Dates: 25-28 November 2024
  • Who can Apply: Anyone from any country
  • Financial Benefits: Fully Funded
  • Deadline: 14th July 2024

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Financial Benefits

The CRP will cover:

  • Airfare
  • Accommodation
  • Expenses during the program.

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No of Participants

The CRP will select 40 Young professionals from all around the world.

Eligible Countries

The Global Cultural Relations Programme (GCRP) is open to participants from all over the
world, so all nationalities are eligible to participate. The majority of the participants will come from non-EU countries.

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2024 Theme

  • Cultural and Creative Professionals
  • Creating Safer Societies

Cultural and Creative Sector Professionals

This includes but is not limited to:

  • Architecture
  • Audiovisual & Cinema
  • Books & Publishing
  • Cultural heritage
  • Cultural management
  • Design
  • Media
  • Music
  • Performing arts
  • Visual arts

Creating Safer Societies

This includes but is not limited to:

  • Conflict and post-conflict areas
  • Peacebuilding
  • Mediation practices, dialogue, and education
  • Post-conflict trauma healing and mental health
  • Interfaith dialogue
  • Human rights and rights-based initiatives
  • Working with marginalized groups
  • Social justice, inclusion, and resilience
  • Asylum, migration, and forced displacement
  • Natural disaster and climate change responses
  • Actions against disinformation.

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Why You Should Take Part in GCRP?

  • interdisciplinary and cross-cultural collaborations.
  • Young practitioners and change-makers working in the field of culture
  • Network with international professionals
  • Engage with peers working on similar challenges
  • Explore how culture intersects with creating safer societies

Eligibility Criteria

  • Those who are working in the areas of cultural and creative sectors OR in creating safer societies.
  • You should be aged 25-39, with at least three years of experience in international and cross-cultural collaboration.
  • You could work for a public, private, or civil society organization, or be a freelancer.
  • Be able to join the entire program.

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Wait! Before you apply Watch


  • Mid to late August: Selected participants are informed via email
  • October: Announcement of Participants
  • Sunday 24 November: Participants arrive in Marrakech
  • Monday 25 November – Thursday 28 November: Four full days of programming
  • Friday 29 November: Participants departure from Marrakech

Note: If participants want to stay in Morocco after the conference, they will be responsible for covering their expenses.

How to Apply for the GCRP Morocco 2024?

All applicants have to apply online. The link to the official website is given below.


Muhammad Saim Rasheed
As Opportunities Corners founder, my name is Muhammad Saim Rasheed. I completed my higher education from University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar. I have been to Egypt for the AIESEC internship in 2016. In addition, I am an alumnus of the U.S. Department of State's (SUSI 2017) Exchange Program. I participated in the Young Leaders Fellowship in the Maldives in 2021, and I went to the International Youth Leadership Summit in Turkiye in 2022. Since 2017, I have participated in numerous fully funded educational and leadership programs. I therefore created this blog based on my own personal experiences, and I mentor students who are eager and enthusiastic about pursuing fully funded opportunities. You can visit the official sources for additional information by clicking on the links provided at the end of each post. Read more about me and our partners here. I am also Featured by Pakistan-U.S. Alumni Network