The work of the Educational
Institute for Central and Eastern
Europe is carried out by a growing
network of institutes, think-tanks
and affiliated organizations.
The Institute for Democracy and International Security (EICEE Budapest) purpose is to carry out research and public education on the challenges facing transitional democracies.
The Institute for Market Economics (EICEE Bulgaria) is the first and oldest independent economic policy think tank in Bulgaria. Its mission is to elaborate and advocate market-based solutions to challenges citizens of Bulgaria and the region face in reforms.
The Foundation for the Investigation of Communist Crimes (EICEE Estonia) is to diffuse knowledge and increase international understanding of the crimes against humanity conducted by violent communist regimes across the globe in different times.
The mission of Ohrid Institute (EICEE Macedonia) is to provide the Macedonian public and political institutions with alternative perspectives on economic and foreign policy issues. Their work is based in the universal ideals of democracy, individual responsibility, free markets and entrepreneurship.
The Civic Institute (EICEE Prague) , a recipient of the Templeton Freedom
Award, has been educating through
courses, seminars and publications
since 1991. It is recognized
as a powerful opinion maker
in Prague (Czech Republic) and
it is making lasting contributions
to the democratic efforts of
the Czech Republic.
The Neuwaldegg Institute (EICEE Vienna) has granted hundreds of scholarships
to students and academics in
the CEE nations to attend its
programs. It has also carried
its educational curriculum to
prestigious universities throughout
the region. It continues to
serve as powerful bridge between
East and West and a gathering
center for the enitre CEE region.
The Educational Initiative for Central and Eastern Europe (EICEE - Washington) office serves as the base for the Educational Initiative for Central and Eastern Europe’s operations in the United States.