Global Initiative on Psychiatry - Sofia
Caritas Bulgaria
BlueLink Information Network
Cooperation for Voluntary Service CVS-Bulgaria
Centre for Inclusive Education
"Gender Project for Bulgaria" Foundation
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Dozens of lanterns in the sky


  On 24.09.2015 in the evening dozens of lanterns rose over the sky of Sofia to send messages for a better future of the planet. The event, which was organized in front of the National Theater, is part of a Light the Way global campaign to promote the Sustainable Development ...
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Free Online Course in International Development


There is an opportunity for participainting in a free online course. The deadline for applying is very short -  16 March 2012. This is the general information that we received about the course: A UNIQUE SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY TO GAIN A UK-UNIVERSITY ACCREDITED CERTIFICAT...
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Child Competition "My Idea How To Stop Child Poverty"


Project "Getting to know!" announces a child competition for a drawing, collage or a short movie on the theme "My Idea How To Stop Child Poverty". For more information you can read the rules of the competition here or contact us at tel.: +359 2 8702063 or e-mail: l.krasteva@c...
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June 20th World Refugee day


For years, many countries and regions have been holding their own Refugee Days and even Weeks. One of the most widespread is Africa Refugee Day, which is celebrated on 20 June in several countries. The UN General Assembly, on 4 December 2000, adopted resolution 55/76 whe...
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June 17th The World Day to Combat Desertification


The World Day to Combat Desertification is observed every year on 17 June all over the world. The aim of the United Nations in designating a day of observance is to sensitize the public and policy makers to the increasing dangers of desertification, land degradation and dr...
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