The International Cultural
Research Network 

MANDATE:
To promote cultural understanding for the 21st Century.

MISSION STATEMENT:
The International Cultural Research Network promotes the intellectual exchange of ideas through world-wide interaction and co-operation.

HISTORY:
The International Cultural Research Network (ICRN) was founded in 1998 at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada during the International Multicultural Conference and the International Child/Youth Conference.

MEMBERSHIP:
Network of professional researchers, professors, teachers, students, independent scholars, librarians, social workers, archivists, retired professionals, NGOs (non government organizations) and all others interested in culture.

PURPOSES:
-  to establish a network for the international exchange of ideas related to culture.
-  to promote international discussion on current issues and research.
-  to enable the publishing of peer reviewed books and articles.
-  to assist in the organization of biennial international conferences.
 

Introduction
Mandate
Membership Application
Executive
Publications
Reviews
Call for Papers
- Florida 2005
 
Official e-mail address: icrn@telusplanet.net