Institute for East-Central Europe and the Balkans
Istituto per l'Europa Centro-Orientale e Balcanica (IECOB)
1995-12-21 Bologna Italy
21 Dec 1995, Bologna (Italy), as Institute for East-Central Europe and the Balkans -- Istituto per l'Europa Centro-Orientale e Balcanica (IECOB), by scholars from different European and American Universities - connected through the F-XF4323 - Europe and the Balkans International Network (EBIN).
Promote and coordinate research and studies on Central Eastern Europe and the Balkans; develop international high education projects; support research centres and international exchange initiatives among scholars; promote education of young people, training of consultants, experts, teachers and diplomats; provide information on Central Eastern Europe and the Balkans to Italian companies; disseminate cultural knowledge on Central Eastern Europe an the Balkans through bilateral and multilateral approaches.
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