Are you a researcher entering the cultural management and cultural policy field? The ENCATC Young and Emerging Researchers Forum (YERF) offers you a unique programme specifically designed for the new generation of talented researchers to advance in their careers and enlarge their network in Europe and beyond, led by renowned researchers and professionals who will share their knowledge and experience on crucial matters for those entering the field.
This year, on its 15th edition, the YERF will take place on 17 October 2022 in Antwerp, Belgium, and its programme will include two plenary and two workshop format sessions, in which participants will be accompanied by leading scholars to explore issues such as building an international research career and reaching an international audience via academic writing . Renowned professionals from the academic publishing sector will join the conversation to provide practical guidance and tips to get your research published in high impact publications.
The YERF is part of the 2022 ENCATC Congress on Cultural Management and Policy and those attending the Forum are entitled to enjoy the full Day 1 (17 October) of the Congress, which will take place in Brussels and includes a keynote speech on "The Challenges and Opportunities of Internationalisation" by Bernd Fesel, Interim Chief Executive Officer of EIT Culture & Creativity, as well as the panel in response to the keynote.
ENCATC is offering 40 grants for PhD researchers to participate as speakers or participants of the YERF:
1) PARTICIPANTS: special grant to assist the YERF and the whole Congress (except Gala Dinner) at a reduced fee: FREE access to DAY 1 + 100€ fee for DAYS 2 and 3 (regular price: 390€).
2) SPEAKERS: will present their research at the YERF the possibility to come for FREE to the Forum and whole Congress (except Gala Dinner). A maximum of 9 speakers will be selected.
ENCATC is proud to offer the Young and Emerging Researchers Forum as a contribution to the European Year of Youth fostering visibility, exchange and networking for the new generation of cultural management and cultural policy researchers.