Today in the Europe House was signed the agreement between the European Commission Representation in Croatia and the Institute on establishing general European Documentation Centre – EDC. The agreement was signed by Mr. Branko Baričević, Head of the European Commission Representation in the Republic of Croatia and Mrs. Sanja Tišma, director of the Institute.
The status EDC in Croatia get the Faculty of Law in Rijeka and the Faculty of Law in Osijek, who also attended the signing ceremony.
European Documentation Centre were founded in 1963 by the European Commission. They are predominantly located at universities, academic institutions, research institutes. The purpose of the EDC is to support study, teaching and research on European integration and to make EU information available to the public.
The first EDC in Croatia was opened at the Institute back in 1991st year, 2008th name was changed to the “EUi” Documentation Centre, and today he again returned to the EDC.
Photo: European Commission Representation in Croatia