ECEN

AcronymDefinition
ECENElectrical and Computer Engineering (academic department)
ECENEuropean Christian Environmental Network (Brussels, Belgium)
ECENÉconomie d'Entreprise (French: Business Economics)
ECENEnfield Community Empowerment Network (UK)
ECENEuropean Chemistry Exchange Network
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I acquired deeper reflections on the theology of hope through various dialogues with theologians at the 11th ECEN assembly in Finland and following the theological workshop on the hope for oikos in Budapest in 2017.
Employers centers of excellence network (ECEN) frequently asked questions.
Involved in the ecumenical movement since 1995, she was co-founder of the European Christian Environmental Network (ECEN) in 1998, and she trained in the psychology of C.
The task ahead is formidable, particularly at United where Dwight Yorke, Andy Cole and ecen regular sub Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have established themselves as 53-goal hitmen.
In 2004, a Consultation on Creation Theology organized by the European Christian Environmental Network (ECEN) looked at the biblical, theological and ethical approaches from various Christian denominations.
Lukas became an active supporter of the WCC's Climate Change Programme; he was instrumental in setting up ECEN, the European Churches Environmental Network.
The environmental network of the Council of European Bishops' Conferences (CCEE) was founded in reaction to the foundation of the ecumenical European Environmental Network (ECEN).