Catholic International Education Office
Office International de l'Enseignement Catholique (OIEC)
Oficina Internacional de la Enseñanza Católica
1952-09-20 Lucerne Switzerland
Founded following meeting, Nov 1950, of representatives of 6 national Catholic educational organizations. Constitution approved by the Holy See, 28 Dec 1956. Registered Office previously located in Brussels (Belgium); now in Rome (Italy).
Promote a worldwide Catholic-inspired educational project.
Events2022-12-01 | Marseille, France – Congress
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General Assembly (every 4 years); Council; General Secretariat in Rome (Italy), directed by Secretary General. Regional Secretariats (5): Africa - E-XE1213 - Association of Catholic Education for Africa and Madagascar; Americas - D-XD5047 - Inter-American Catholic Education Association (ICCE); Europe - E-XD8522 - Comité Européen pour l'Enseignement Catholique (CEEC); Asia/Pacific - Catholic Education Council (CECT); Middle East and North Africa (MENA) - headquarters in Lebanon. Permanent Representatives to intergovernmental organizations accredited in Paris (France), Geneva (Switzerland), Rome (Italy), Strasbourg (France) and New York NY (USA).
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