The “10 Keys” is a very handy practical communication manual on how to create consistent and engaging human rights messages. The manual is available in all EU languages plus in Albanian, Macedonian, Serbian, Turkish, and Russian.
Bulgaria is in 14th place in terms of the number of pending appeals allocated to a judicial panel with 623 appeals and in 17th place in terms of the number of pending appeals allocated per capita. The translation of the publication in Bulgarian language (see the Bulgarian version of our site) was made possible with the financial support of the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014–2021, Justice programme.
Project: „I have a dream (a grass-root civil society campaign for empowerment of Roma women via direct advocacy)”
Project “I Have a Dream” aims to evaluate, implement and disseminate new methods of empowerment of Roma women and girls through advocacy.
Project: “Awareness raising of local communities in areas with significant share of Roma population on asylum and migration issues”
The aim of the project is to contribute to raising the awareness of the Roma population regarding legislation regulating asylum and migration, as well as the risk of abuse and exploitation in Bulgaria, the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA).
The project aims to improve the situation of the Roma population and lead to improved coordination and dialogue between the police and Roma communities.
Project: “Improvement of the efficiency of the police activity in the field of domestic and gender-based violence”
The project aims at enhancing the capacity of the Bulgarian police for reaction in cases of gender-based and domestic violence (DGBV).
Project: “Capacity building of the police officers working in multi-ethnic environment, including Roma communities and prevention of ill-treatment by the police”
The project is aimed at prevention and reduction of violation of human rights by the police while acting in a multi-ethnic environment
A popular research shows that looking into a stranger’s eyes for four minutes can bring you closer. Dozens of social experiments over the years have proven this claim. Fine Acts, with the project “Creative campaigning: innovation in support of human rights”, decided to test it too – but with a twist.
Project “Enhancing the National Capacity for the Effective Implementation of the Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights”
The main objective of the project is the effective implementation of the European Convention on Human Rights and the case law of the European Court of Human Rights, as well as achieving a culture of human rights protection and creating effective instruments for prevention of future violations.