During its 16 years of existence, CEP has successfully implemented over 150 projects throughout the Central and Eastern Europe and Eastern Partnership countries. We’ve been especially active in the Western Balkans, providing assistance and support to the countries’ economic, social and political development.
We’ve been actively involved in capacity building of public institutions, public services and civil servants in the Western Balkans countries, and worked on strengthening the civil society in the Western Balkans through thematic workshops. Some of our activities focused on the private sector development, with the establishment of an integrated start-up system in the WB that supported over 400 young entrepreneurs from the region.
The Central and Eastern Europe and Eastern Partnership countries represent a bridge between the EU and the broader region of Eastern Europe, the Caucasus, and Central Asia, while the Western Balkan countries are located in the heart of Europe and represent a strategic gateway to the Balkans and beyond. Cooperation with the countries of Central and Eastern Europe and Eastern Partnership contributes to regional stability, economic development, and the promotion of shared values and principles. For Slovenia, the countries are important strategic partners, given its geographical proximity and historical ties.
Slovenia has been an active supporter of the EU’s enlargement and integration efforts, advocating for the inclusion of its neighbors in the EU and has been focused on promoting economic development, enhancing cooperation in the areas of energy, transport, and the environment, and civil society engagement.
Slovenian Development Cooperation
CEP is currently (2023-2024) implementing three Slovenian development aid projects in Ukraine, Serbia and North Macedonia. The development cooperation projects are financed by the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of Slovenia.
EUSDR Priority Area 10 “Institutional Capacities & Cooperation”
CEP co-coordinates Priority Area 10 (PA 10) of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region (EUSDR) aimed at stepping up institutional capacity and cooperation as a precondition for shaping a sustainable, resilient and prosperous future.
Transformative Power of Digital
Digitalisation has the potential to become the impetus for the economic growth and development that the CEE region needs. The project addresses the topics of digital transformation, transatlantic digital partnership and development of EU digital policies.
Strategic partnership for a digital and secure Europe - event in Riga
Development Aid training - Serbia
[Announcement]: Representatives of NGOs, media and governments will gather in a fight against disinformation in the region
Disinformation being false information deliberately spread to deceive people or secure economic or political gain, is becoming more dangerous by the...
First activities under the new cycle of Slovenian development assistance were implemented in North Macedonia
Kliknite tukaj za branje prispevka v slovenskem jeziku. Slovenian development assistance to North Macedonia under Chapter 24 in the area of...
Invitation – Conference “Towards Knowledge-driven Society and Professions of the Future”
The green and digital transition has profoundly affected societies worldwide, moving them towards an ever-changing environment. The digital...
Regional Cooperation Coordinators
Andreja DOLNIČAR JERAJ
Urška VOLK KOVAČIČ