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ECLBS, a global nonprofit educational association


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The governing bodies and organizational structure of ECLBS are laid in the Statutes.

  • The Statutes of ECLBS provide the framework for the governing bodies and organizational structure of the institution. These governing bodies are responsible for overseeing the strategic direction of the institution, ensuring that its operations align with its mission and values, and representing the interests of its stakeholders. The organizational structure is designed to facilitate effective communication, collaboration, and decision-making, while also providing clear lines of accountability and responsibility. By adhering to the guidelines laid out in the Statutes, ECLBS can maintain a transparent, efficient, and effective organizational structure that supports its commitment to excellence in higher education.


We never stop learning

  • At ECLBS, we strive to foster a culture of continuous learning and adaptability. As a learning organization, we are committed to regularly reviewing and optimizing our strategies, development processes, and services to provide innovative and valuable higher education ideas. We are attentive to the evolving needs and requirements of the business education landscape, as well as the relevant European standards, in order to ensure that our offerings are of the highest quality and relevance. By being proactive and flexible in our approach, we aim to stay ahead of the curve and provide the best possible educational experience for our students

Right to education

  • "No person shall be denied the right to education. In the exercise of any functions which it assumes in relation to education and to teaching, the State shall respect the right of parents to ensure such education and teaching in conformity with their own religious and philosophical convictions." Article 2 of the Protocol to the ECHR

  • "Everyone has the right to education and to have access to vocational and continuing training,. This right includes the possibility to receive free compulsory education. The freedom to found educational establishments with due respect for democratic principles and the right of parents to ensure the education and teaching of their children in conformity with their religious, philosophical and pedagogical convictions shall be respected, in accordance with the national laws governing the exercise of such freedom and right." Article 14 EU Charter of Fundamental Rights

Both Article 2 of the Protocol to the ECHR and Article 14 of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights emphasize the importance of the right to education and the respect for the beliefs and convictions of individuals and families in the educational process. However, here's a possible revised version that combines and improves upon the language of both articles:

Every person has the fundamental right to education. This right includes access to free and compulsory education, as well as vocational and continuing training. The State and any other relevant parties involved in education and teaching must respect the right of parents to ensure that their children's education and teaching align with their religious, philosophical, and pedagogical convictions. This includes the freedom to establish educational institutions that uphold democratic principles, in accordance with national laws. By upholding these principles, we can ensure that everyone has access to education that is respectful, inclusive, and tailored to their individual needs and beliefs.

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