International Creative Education Network (ICENET)

 Unlocking children and young people's creativity around the world – making artists the key

ICEnet is a worldwide network and platform for all those who are committed to unlocking creativity in children and young people:

  • in school and out of school – formal, informal and non-formal learning
  • as individuals or in groups
  • when they are alone or with family or friends
  • through artists and creative professionals working as artists and creative professionals
  • in long term partnerships with children and young people, their carers and their teachers
  • to co-create work.


ICEnet Aims

  • improve and deepen the quality of children and young people’s learning, development and education
  • contribute towards the reduction of social exclusion
  • improve and develop the practice of those working with children and young people in this way
  • broaden the understanding of the value of artists and the arts in society
  • influence national and international policy


ICEnet Activities

  • the transfer of knowledge and best practice between practitioners
  • creating and managing programmes of work
  • commissioning and publishing research
  •  professional development


 ICEnet Membership

ICEnet is open to individuals and organisations:

  • from any country in the world
  • whether they are beginners or experts
  • whatever the sector, discipline or field he/she is working in: cultural centres, art centres, theatre and dance companies, museums, libraries, amateur arts, media, schools, youth centres, artists and creative professionals working directly with young people
  • whatever the size and kind of organisation he/she is working for, if any: governmental, public sector, private sector, third/charity sector, amateur or professional; or working freelance

New book on Creative Partnership Hungary

A new bilingual (Hungarian and English) book has been published about Creative Partnership program in Pécs in June 2018. Special feature of the book that it presents the work of the artists cooperating with the teachers in the classroom. We recommend it to everyone with love!

4th Central European Higher Education Cooperation (CEHEC) Conference

Judit Lannert presented the main results of our research on internationalization of Hungarian higher education. The presentation is available of the official site of the event.

"The International Conference on the Fostering and Development of Talent”

Our research centre was represented by Szilvia Németh, Managing director at “The International Conference on the Fostering and Development of Talent” in Bratislava. She was a member of the panel of “Art and Creativity” where the Creative Partnerships programme in Hungary was highlighted.


Facts and Figures on Hungarian Public Education 2014

This is the first edition of Public Education in Hungary: Facts and Figures published by T-Tudok. This publication attempts to summarize basic statistical data on public education for those who want to have a first glimps of the state of the system of public education in Hungary.

Traksfora project

A collection of case studies within the project “Training Requirements and Key Skills for Artists and Creative Practitioners to Work in Participatory Settings has been established.

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