SEEHN is a political and institutional forum set up by the governments of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Montenegro, the Republic of Moldova, Romania, Serbia and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia to promote peace, reconciliation and health in the region. WHO/Europe lends technical support to SEEHN’s various health projects, after having supplied its secretariat,...
South-eastern Europe Health Network (SEEHN)
The SECI, Initiative launched in 1996 as alternative to the Dayton Agreement, aims at contributing to the regional efforts for sustainable development and integration and the bridging of remaining obstacles to cooperation and development in South East Europe.
One of SECI´s Danube initiatives is the “Partnership for Improvement of Danube Infrastructure and Navigation” (PIDIN): PIDIN...
Southeast European Cooperative Initiative (SECI)
The Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe was launched in 1999 as the first comprehensive conflict prevention strategy of the international community, aimed at strengthening the efforts of the countries of South Eastern Europe in fostering peace, democracy, respect for human rights and economic prosperity.
Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe
Steinbeis Danube Center is a non-profit institution for fostering the implementation of Danube Strategy. It acts as the integrative link for all stakeholders of Danube Region. The Center is directly involved in activities of several Steering Groups (PA 7, 8, 9). Its work is based on 17 years experience in economic promotion and regional development in Middle and Eastern Europe.
Steinbeis Danube Center
Sultan’s Trail is a route of walking, biking and cultural tourism which follows the footsteps of Sultan Süleyman the magnificent through the Eastern Europe and Balkans to Turkey. In total 2200 kilometers, Sultan’s Trail passes 9 countries: Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey. The Sultan’s Trail serves as a place of meeting and connection for...