The project envisages activities to raise the awareness of young people/school students, teachers and the media about human rights followed by youth campaigns, debates and social media campaigns carried out based on the knowledge acquired.
PUBLICATION: Collection of practices for improving civic participation in seven Bulgarian municipalities
The initiative “Citizens’ Entry” of the Citizen Participation Forum in partnership with the Bulgarian Center for Not-for-Profit Law aims to improve public consultations in municipalities and support citizen participation at local level. With the...
A 2018 survey of public attitudes towards hate speech by the Open Society Institute – Sofia identified a problem: the group of teachers is among the two communities that find it most difficult to...
The overall goal of the project proposal is to provide support to children aged 0-6 and their families from vulnerable groups in one of the poorest regions in Europe by creating 5 functionally related hubs that provide a range of health, educational and social services, including supporting the active involvement of the local community, to 320 children, 100 parents, guardians or caregivers.
Project “Establishment of Mother Centers for improved inclusion of vulnerable groups for Botevgrad Municipality and Mezdra Municipality”
At least 300 children aged 0 to 6 and their parents of Roma origin will be covered by the activities of the Mother Centers in Skravena village, Litakovo village, Botevgrad municipality Mezdra town.
„We play, we learn and we grow together“ is the slogan of one of the three projects that received consulting support under the Project Generation Facility of the Open Society Institute – Sofia and have been approved for funding under the procedure BGLD-2.003 – “Education and care in early childhood” funded by the Local Development, Poverty Reduction and Enhanced Inclusion of Vulnerable Groups Programme.
The Project Generation Facility (PGF) is a special facility of the Open Society Institute – Sofia for supporting CSOs which work on equal Roma inclusion to develop integration projects, access financing and effectively implement them with resources provided by available financing programmes.
The objective of the project is to provide mentoring support to Roma students pursuing a degree in medical specialties and supported within the scholarship component of the Active Citizens Fund Bulgaria.
The aim of the scholarship program is to form a community of health professionals motivated and prepared to contribute to solving health problems in the Roma community and with the potential to become meaningful role models for Roma youth.
Project: “Innovative Community Care Models in Favour of People with Chronic Diseases and Permanent Disabilities”
Implemented in: 7 municipalities in the districts of Vratsa, Vidin and Montana Program: “Local development, poverty reduction and enhanced inclusion of vulnerable groups” Implementation period: 17.05.2019 – 17.05.2023 Lead organisation: Bulgarian Red Cross Partners: Ministry of Health (Bulgaria);...