Linked with Karsten Weitzenegger Consulting, with The Global Financial Crisis: What does it mean for microfinance? and with Consultative Group to Assist the Poor CGAP.
The South East Europe Education Cooperation Network (SEE-ECN) is a broad-based, low-cost regional initiative that supports the exchange of information, ideas, and know-how for the reform and quality improvement of education in 11 countries in South East Europe. It provides an example of capacity mobilization and of east-east cooperation achieved through virtual networking … (about 1/2).
A common URL for Welcome, Educational Events, Grants & Fellowships, Miscellaneous and Newsletter;
Another common URL for Governing Board, Nodes, Members, Funder, Addresses alias Contact;
A third common URL for Regional Projects, Initiatives, Products, Roma Education, Seminars Conferences Workshops.
About 2/2: … SEE-ECN is a project within the framework of the Stability Pact for South East Europe (Task Force Education and Youth). The network is jointly run by Centre for Educational Policy Studies (CEPS) at the University of Ljubljana and KulturKontakt (Vienna). CEPS as the host institution is responsible for implementation of networks’ policy at the executive level and for coordinating its basic activities.
The network is also consisted of SEE-ECN regional nodes (one node per country) which are responsible for the promotion of the network in local environment, and contribute to the network by disseminating and gathering information, translating documents and assisting CEPS in organization of capacity building activities.
For further information please contact: The Centre for Educational Policy Studies – CEPS,
Igor Repac, Secretary General,
Address: Kardeljeva ploscad 16, SI-1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia,
Phone: +386 1 566 1492, Fax: +386 1 566 1493, E-mail, Website.