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Subject: Cultural Policy Research Award - application deadline: 1 April 2006.


  
 
Cultural Policy Research Award
European Cultural Foundation / Cultural Policy Development
 
 
Young academics, researchers and policymakers (aged 35 or under) are eligible for the 10,000 Euro award. Applications should be submitted between 15 November 2005 and 1 April 2006 through the online application form on the CPR Award website. Before applying, candidates are strongly advised to consult the website for advice on how to prepare their applications.
 
The winner of the CPR Award 2006 will be announced at the Fourth International Conference on Cultural Policy Research (link ka http://www.iccpr2006.com ), which will be held in July 2006, in Vienna, Austria.
 
 
 
 
The main aim of the Cultural Policy Research Award (CPR Award) is to stimulate academic research in the field of cultural policy. An emphasis is placed on research that can inform policymaking and benefit practitioners active in the field. The research should throw light on contemporary European cultural issues and challenges by analyzing them and offering possible policy solutions. 
 
The CPR Award seeks to contribute to the creation of a cultural policy ?infrastructure? ? a network of scholars with competence in comparative research related to cultural policy. Additionally, the award evaluates existing research achievements, connects academic centres, and promotes an interdisciplinary approach in the sphere of cultural policy research.
 
The overall area covered by the award is ?applied comparative cultural policy research?. Preference will be given to proposed research which covers a topical issue affecting contemporary Europe and which considers the possible remodelling of cultural systems, cultural institutions and cultural policy education. The research project must provide new insights and suggest practical policy orientations and/or recommendations for decision-makers and thinkers (new policy solutions, proposals of new instruments and/or procedures). The research may focus on a variety of topics. Legal, economic, social, managerial, ethical, technological and other relevant categories of issues (e.g. in the media & communication sphere) will receive equal attention in the selection process.
 
Priority will be given to evaluative, comparative and action-research projects which cover the European or macro-regional space. The research outcomes should contain relevant policy proposals for systemic and structural changes, or innovative ideas for rethinking the position of arts and culture in the context of European enlargement and integration. 
 
Young academics, researchers and policymakers (aged 35 or under) are eligible for the 10,000 Euro award. Applications should be submitted between 15 November 2005 and 1 April 2006 through the online application form on the CPR Award website. Before applying, candidates are strongly advised to consult the website for advice on how to prepare their applications.
 
The winner of the CPR Award 2006 will be announced at the Fourth International Conference on Cultural Policy Research (link ka http://www.iccpr2006.com ), which will be held in July 2006, in Vienna, Austria.
 
For more information, please visit CPR Award website http://www.cpraward.org
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