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The Consulate General in Istanbul has a vacancy for a Senior Press and Cultural Affairs Officer.
Starting January 2017, a new four-year framework for international policy was introduced in the Netherlands. Turkey is the only country with priority for both the so-called ‘goal 1’ (a stronger cultural sector which will grow in quality through international exchange and sustainable cooperation which is both observed and appreciated abroad) and ‘goal 2’ (more room for the arts worldwide to contribute to a safer, more just and future-proof world). There is a strong emphasis on monitoring and evaluating the policy and (through this) making the results of the policies visible.
This task calls for substantial work by the department of Press and Cultural Affairs. It requires a motivated and able local colleague, who can combine knowledge of, and love for, culture with a keen sense for political and social developments.
Please follow this link for futher details on the job description and application procedures.
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