The mission of Studiorum, as a non-governmental not-for-profit think-tank, is to work on economic and social aspects of EU integration and globalization processes that are of essential importance for the countries of South-eastern Europe (SEE), through different policy-oriented programs and research projects, which contribute to and complement the attempts of policy-makers in policy design and implementation, and support central and local governments, business and non-governmental sectors in their communication and cooperation.
One of the main goals of Studiorum is to work on improvement of the health and social welfare of people in the countries of SEE region, that is implemented through sub-national, national and regional activities with multiple partners and stakeholders.
To date partnerships and networking areamongst the most important of its major directions of work.
Since then the SEEHN has continued to expands its partnerships after having signed Memoranda of Understanding with EuroHealthNet, the International Network of Health Promoting Hospitals and Health Services, the European Health Forum Gadstein and Project Hope.
This is in addition to its traditional partneship, since its commencement in 2001, with the Council of Europe, the Council of Europe Development Bank and WHO Regional Office for Europe.
The European Commission, DG Sanco, has been an active observer since 2005.