The Education Reform Initiative of South Eastern Europe (ERI SEE) is a regional platform for cooperation in the field of education and training. It supports national reforms in education and training through regional capacity building, transfer of know-how and linking these efforts to European frameworks for education development (the EU Work Programme ‘Education and Training 2020’, the Bologna and the Copenhagen Processes). Members of the ERI SEE are signatories to the Brdo Memorandum of Understanding on the Role and Organisation of ERI SEE (2010): Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro and Serbia.
In 2010, the ERI SEE Governing Board designated CEP as the institution that will host the ERI SEE Secretariat until the registration of the ERI SEE Secretariat in the Republic of Serbia. In the period 2010-2017, CEP has successfully realized numerous ERI SEE activities (regional thematic seminars, training events, project development workshops, study visits, international conferences etc.) aimed to support information exchange between member countries, member countries and EU and global institutions, building regional institutional networks (South East Europe Vocational Education and Training Network - SEEVET-Net), development of four knowledge clusters under the initiative and leadership of country members, development of the regional projects as well as coordination of development and implementation of Education and Competences dimension within the SEE 2020 Strategy. CEP was also actively involved in the transformation process and the founding of the ERI SEE Secretariat in Serbia.
ERI SEE is supported by:
The role of CEP in the ERI SEE is to secure timely implementation of the ERI SEE Work Programme prior to the opening of the new ERI SEE Secretariat in Serbia.