Dragan European Foundation
The Dragan European Foundation is a Europe-wide organization legally formed in 1968 in Palma de Mallorca by Professor Iosif Constantin Dragan, a man of great culture, an historian of civilizations, a man of letters, a financial operator and a management and marketing expert.
The Foundation’s mission is the promotion of culture, both through circulating and disseminating ideas and through research, in order to develop, by means of a strengthened mutual acquaintance, a spirit of cooperation among nations and to foster a true European conscience.
To achieve the aims of its Charter, the Dragan European Foundation has promoted numerous international activities including: private universities (the Dragan European University in Romania, and the Dragan University - Golden Age in Milan, already known as Unigold), post-graduate courses (Post-graduate Centre for Advanced Business Management), publishing, radio and television, the Odobleja Cybernetics Academy, the European Association for Bioeconomic Studies, publishing specialist reviews and journals including the Bulletin européen, issued since 1950, participating to the United Nations Organization programs for Education, Science and Culture by establishing the UNESCO Centre in Milan, the establishment of the European Centre of Thracian Studies, of CERMA, Centro Europeo Ricerche Mediche Applicate, and organizing series of public lectures and international conferences.
The Dragan European Foundation believes that true European unity is not just a political and economic event, but must be effected by political integration as well as by creating a European cultural community.