Thank you for being part of the ICCPR 2014

“The best ever!”

spoke Per Mangset from Norway, the founder of the conference, in his concluding remarks.

We hosted 453 participants from 55 countries with 193 papers in 78 sessions.

Thanks for coming, for your contribution and the inspiring exchange in Cultural Policy Research!

Let us keep in touch,

Wolfgang Schneider
on behalf of the Department of Cultural Policy of the University of Hildesheim

Next ICCPR 2016 in Seoul

The Scientific Committee is proud to announce that the 9th International Conference on Cultural Policy Research (ICCPR) in 2016 will be hosted by Sookumyung Women’s University and Korea Arts Management Service in Seoul, South Korea.

This will be the first ICCPR to be held in Asia.