Central European Convention

Central European Convention

The Central European Convention is a group of several IAESTE Members in the specific geographic region. Those are all "student-run" Countries - so Students are in the decision making positions. (Instead of Academic or Professional run Countries)

Those Countries agree to meet twice a year and hold working and discussion groups. And of course get to know the Culture of the hosting Country.

History

The Central European Convention (CEC) was founded in May 1998 in Tuheljske Toplice, Croatia, on the initiative of Thomas Haim, former National Secretary IAESTE AUSTRIA, and Mario Kauzlaric, former National Secretary IAESTE CROATIA. Because of the great success, the CEC is being held 2 times a year, and so far there has been 17 CEC.

Member Countries

This countries are hosting the CEC

* [http://www.iaeste.at IAESTE Austria]
* [http://www.iaeste.hr IAESTE Croatia]
* [http://www.iaeste.cz IAESTE Czech Republic]
* [http://www.iaeste.hu IAESTE Hungary]
* [http://www.iaeste.sk IAESTE Slovakia]
* [http://www.iaeste.si IAESTE Slovenia]

Attending Countries

These countries have attended the CEC

* [http://www.iaeste.ba/ IAESTE Bosnia and Hercegovina]
* [http://www.iaeste.org.mk/ IAESTE Macedonia ]
* [http://www.iaeste.pl/ IAESTE Poland]
* [http://www.iaeste.ch/ IAESTE Switzerland]
* [http://www.iaeste.de/ IAESTE Germany]
* [http://www.iaeste.dk/ IAESTE Denmark]
* [http://www.iaeste.no/ IAESTE Norway]
* [http://www.iaeste.rtu.lv/ IAESTE Latvia]

Aim and Goal

Aims of the CEC:
* Motivation
* Education
* Developing IAESTE
* Improve the situation of student run Countries

Upcoming CEC

The 20th Central European Convention will take place in Hungary 24.-26. of October 2008.

Past CECs

* [http://cec.iaeste.hr/ Rijeka] (Croatia, May 2008)
* Purbach (Austria, October 2007)
* [http://www.vscht.iaeste.cz/downloads/cec/ Kobyli] (Czech Republic, April 2007)
* [http://cec.iaeste.si/ Kranjska Gora] (Slovenia, November 2006)
* [http://cec.iaeste.sk/ Trencin] (Slovakia Spring 2006)
* [http://cec.iaeste.hu/ Sumeg] (Hungary, Fall 2005)
* [http://www.iaeste.at/cec2005 Wagrain] (Austria, May 2005)
* Zagreb (Croatia, November 2004)
* Prague (Czech Republic, April 2004)
* [http://www.iaeste-maribor.org/cec/ Maribor] (Slovenia, April 2003)
* Szentendre (Hungary, September 2002)
* Admont (Austria, May 2002)
* Krapinske Toplice (Croatia, November 2001)
* Prague (Czech Republic, May 2001)
* Myto pod Dumbierom (Slovakia, November 2000)
* Budapest (Hungary, May 2000)
* Kranjska Gora (Slovenia, November 1999)
* Oberalpendorf (Austria, December 1998)
* Tuheljske Toplice (Croatia, 1998)


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