Sliven district

Project: “Inspiration – Art for Change”

Inspiration – art for change“ is a multi-genre project, which brings together professional artists from the State Puppet Theatre in Sliven, teachers from schools, which are located in neighbourhoods with predominant Roma population, professional theatre artists from Norway, as well as children and parents from the Roma community.

Project: “Panorama of Roma culture”

Project status: ongoing Implemented in:Sliven, Gorno Alexandrovo (Sliven), Zhelyo voyvoda (Sliven) Program: Cultural entrepreneurship, heritage and cooperationImplementation period: 08.02.2023 – 30.04.2024 Project Promoter: Association Roma Academy for Culture and Education, Sliven Partners: Høgskulen for grøn...

Project: “Toler@nce platform 2.0”

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...

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Project: “Provision of integrated services for early childhood development in the municipality of Tvarditsa”

The project envisages the establishment of a complex of functionally related services (hubs) in three socially isolated communities on the territory of Tvarditsa town, Shivachevo town and Sborishte village. The activities of the hubs will reflect the needs of the local communities and will offer services in the fields of education, health and social activities. The target group of the complex will be children aged 0 to 6 who do not attend kindergarten or nursery and live in isolated, poor areas with a concentration of problems posing a risk of poverty and social exclusion, as well as their parents.

Project: “Project Generation Facility”

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.

Project “Research Based Arguments for New Housing Policies in Benefit of All”

The aim of the project was to support the development of adequate municipal and national housing policies and to contribute to the improvement of the housing conditions of vulnerable groups in Bulgaria. Habitat Bulgaria carried out detailed sociological housing needs research in four Roma communities in the the two pilot regions – Sliven and Targovishte. See more here: