South East European Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning
III - Non-governmental organisations
Non-governmental organisations, platforms and networks and similar
Ms Efka Heder
Ms Efka Heder
SEECEL’s mission is to promote policy-based integration of entrepreneurial learning into national system of pre-accession countries of South East Europe (SEE). SEECEL aims to support all participating countries in the alignment of policies and practice in life long entrepreneurial learning with those of the European Union as well as to identify other global models that may enhance the role of entrepreneurial learning in the context of knowledge-driven, small enterprise-dominated and highly competitive economies. SEECEL’s vision is to become an internationally recognised, trustworthy and efficient institution in the field of lifelong entrepreneurial learning with particular reference to policy and practice, data, knowledge and know-how.
SEECEL member countries are:
Republic of Albania
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Republic of Croatia
The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Republic of Serbia
Republic of Turkey
Small Business Act for Europe (SBA)
Others related to Entrepreneurial Learning and competences
Zagreb, Croatia – at the ministerial Entrepreneurship Education Regional Summit held on 23 October 2012 in Zagreb, the respective ministers or their appointed envoys from the field of economy and education from eight (8) SEECEL member states, as follows: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo*, Montenegro, Serbia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Turkey signed “A Charter for Entrepreneurial Learning: the Keystone for Growth and Jobs”.
By signing the Charter, the participating parties re-confirmed their full support to the systematic development of lifelong entrepreneurial learning as a key competence through continued policy improvement, good practice sharing and regional cooperation.
Transversal skills WG
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