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Opening reception of the Training program on “Sustainable Energy Solutions”

Opening reception of the Training program on “Sustainab…

20-11-2014

On Wednesday evening, November 19, the second...

“Integration of Protected Nature Areas in the Spatial Planning and Decision-Making Process” Round table - Puconci, Slovenia

“Integration of Protected Nature Areas in the Spatial P…

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ICPE - UNIDO Training program on Sustainable Energy Solutions

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On 18 November 2014 the second edition of the...

Welcome to ICPE

Until this day, ICPE remains the sole intergovernmental organization headquartered in Slovenia. 40 years ago, on 24 April 1974, ICPE was founded as the International Center for Public Enterprises in Developing Countries by the Government of the Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia, following the initiative of the United Nations (UN) and with strong support of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) and personal commitment of Academician Mr. Anton Vratuša, PhD, the then Vice-President of the Federal Executive Council of Yugoslavia.

It was a time of enthusiasm, emerging new states in the wake of decolonization and an orientation towards the “New International Economic Order”, which would strive to reach fair and economically balanced relations between the “developed” and the “developing” worlds. Strong and efficient public enterprises proved to be one of the key pillars of good governance and building of the economies in the relatively fragile and weak countries of the global “South”. ICPE grew on these ideas. Already in 1976, only two years after it was registered as a Yugoslav organization, following the expressed interest of many NAM members, ICPE was transformed officially to an intergovernmental organization of its member states. 30 states and 9 observers were present at the founding conference in March 1976. By the 1980, ICPE had initiated seven successful programs, research, seminars and trainings in the field of public enterprises, some of which were carried out comparatively in several member states and were financially supported by the UN agencies.

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