This Spring, in Mitrovica, GAIA and friends will organize a youth exchange about urban permaculture, with the focus on gardening and food production. The Youth Exchange will gather 25 young people from Croatia, Albania, Serbia, Bulgaria and Kosovo, what means that this call is open only for young people who are residents of those countries (we are sorry for those who are not) and applying through organizations which are partners for this exchange: PVN Albania, VCV Serbia, VUK Croatia, CVS Bulgaria and GAIA Kosovo. It will take place from 25th of May until 2nd of June and will be organized in partnership with Down Syndrome Kosova in Mitrovica and the City Museum. communitygarden Why permaculture? Permaculture is a design system that uses ecological principles, which can be applied to organisations, communities and economies to create a more harmonious and sustainable system of relationships. Based on the ethical foundation of care for the earth, care for the people and fair share, permaculture shows us a way, inspired by ecological understanding and principles, to create beneficial relationships and work with nature to regenerate and restore land, communities and our relationship to both. With learning about permaculture and gaining practical and theoretical knowledge about its principles and designing, which are inspired by natural systems, we can learn about social connections and ways of creating sustainable, resilient societies. forster_community_garden   Urban permaculture? Half humanity now live in cities and they have large ecological and human effects on the planet. So how can permaculture food production be applied to our towns and cities? There are, in fact many techniques that allow urban dwellers to grow food the permaculture way.  Using permaculture design principles, we can transform our garden, roof top or balcony into a sustainable food-producing garden. We can also share land and create community gardens or initiate community supported agriculture (CSA). What will be happening? During this youth exchange we will explore possibilities for Mitrovica to develop urban garden and to include young people interested in environmental and social topics. We will do different workshops, games, discussions, movie projections, practical work in garden, visits to cultural and natural sites and so forth. Of course, we will learn and discuss about permaculture as well as local heritage, issues and exiting initiatives. We will also organize activities with the host organization and other partners in Mitrovica. Mitrovica_banner Mitrovica is located in the North of Kosovo, with a population of around 100.000. The city is geographically divided by the Ibar River, into a Northern and Southern part, then also with a strong ethnic division as well. What are the conditions for participation? Each partner organization will choose 4 participants and 1 group leader who already took part in similar activities. Previous experience in international youth gatherings (exchanges, seminars, workcamps…) is not required nor advantage, but we expect that participants are: ·         interested in urban gardening, permaculture and social inclusion ·         willing to get prepared before the youth exchange ·         willing to live sustainably and in an international community ·         willing to be actively included and contribute ·         young between 18 and 30, while group leaders can be older than 30. Practicalities Accommodation and food will be covered through the project. We will be accommodated in Mitrovica South, in the house of Down Syndrome Kosova, which offers different educational and creative activities for people with Down Syndrome. Some of the activities will be organized with the friends from the host organization. Food will be traditional, seasonal and vegetarian. Travel costs (only environmentally friendly means of transport) will be reimbursed after ALL ORIGINAL tickets are received by GAIA. permaculture-herb-spiral-e1398701750642 If you are interested to take part in this youth exchange, you should apply before 5th of April 2018. by sending you application form to!

More about GAIA: More about SCI:

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The overall objective of the project “Inside Outside” is to rise the quality of youth work and promote the professionalism of youth work as well as to develop participants’ professional and personal competences for further work in the youth field.
Project objectives:
• To develop youth workers knowledge in the field of Emotional and Social intelligence.
• To provide participants the opportunity to evaluate themselves as youth workers by Salto Resource Centre developed  “The garden of learning competences” and provide support for setting personal goals.
• To develop participants personal and professional competences using non-formal educational activities.
• Share personal experiences about working with young people in the context of Emotional and Social intelligence and to share best practices about how they supporte youngsters.
• Ensure the opportunity to share and learn new methods to work with young people on Emotional and Social intelligence, critical thinking, promoting active participation, social inclusion, etc. and to discuss how to better support, both individually and as a group, and especially young people with fewer opportunities, minorities, migrants and other socially excluded groups in order to prevent the radicalization of young people.
• General contributions to improve the quality of youth work and cooperation among organizations in a European level.

Which countries take part: Latvia, Greece, Malta, Spain, Estonia, Italy, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Romania, Austria

Profile of participants: youth workers and/or trainers and/or facilitators and/or leaders and/or mentors. There is no age limit but the participants should be 18+

Transport costs: They will be reimbursed after the training upon giving providing all the documents and tickets. The maximum amount which will be reimbursed for Bulgarian participants is 275 EUR.

Where: The training course will take part in two places – the first 5 days will be implemented in a guest house „Puduri”, Kemugs, which is 50 km away from Riga. The last day the activities will be in the youth centre ‘Bambuss‘ and the accommodation – in hotel „ Rixwell Irina”.

More details about the profile of participants, a detailed program of the TC as well as information about the project team, you can find HERE!

In order to apply, please fill in the application form till 30/05/2018!

Good luck!

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1518601159_20121518_1759038220803667_5699826763024403366_oCVS – Bulgaria and Caritas Sofia are looking for  VOLUNTEERS to work with kids, teenagers and adults as part of the Refugee Project in the reception centres in Ovcha Kupel, Voenna Rampa and Vrazhdebna at the State Agency for Refugees.

Every four months the Refugee Project recruits new volunteers and the time has come to start our activities again. Volunteers engage in the preparation and implementation of educational activities for children and adults seeking international protection in Bulgaria in the following topics: Bulgarian and cultural orientation, English, Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Art, Music, Sport, extracurricular activities and visiting natural and historical landmarks.

As a volunteer in the project you have an active role in the adaptation of the children, teenagers and adults who are in the reception centres for asylum seekers on the territory of Sofia, to the Bulgarian environment as a whole and in particular to the educational system in the country. You will actively support the project by participating in thematic interest groups, including fundraising and excursions committees.


• Leading activities in: Bulgarian language and orientation, English language*, Mathematics, Art, Sports, etc.

• Engaging and maintaining the interest of children, young people and adults who attend the classes;

• Planning and organising training sessions/ activities as part of a small team

• Participation in organising and conducting extra-curricular activities: excursions, participation in events and tournaments, visits to museums, theatres, cinemas, etc.

• Organising and managing fundraising and awareness-raising events


• Morning or afternoon on weekdays

• At least one session per week on a set day convenient for you (or more if you are willing);

• 2+ hours per week, depending on your availability.

* Knowledge of English is not mandatory for all candidates but only for those who would like to join the English teaching group.


• Over 18 years of age;

• Willingness and skills to work with children, young people and adults in a multicultural environment;

• Adherence to the ethical principles for working with vulnerable groups set out in the agreement between the volunteer and the “Refugee Project”

• Responsibility and ability to work independently after initial training and mentoring from the project coordinators;

• Interest in different cultures;26731615_1983935161647304_1754296049210258542_n

• Ability to carry out the tasks within the specified deadlines;

• Ability to work with other volunteers to plan and implement training sessions/ activities;

• Experience in working with children is an asset, as well as education in the field of social work and/or pedagogy;

• Knowledge of Arabic and /or Farsi would be useful; Other languages are a plus.

Duration:  12 March, 2018 – June 30, 2018, with interest and satisfaction on both sides, the duration of work may be extended.


  • Short online training
  • on 11th and 24th March holding training sessions – two-day training
  • 12th  March – scheduled start of the activities.


• Ovcha Kupel: Integration Center at SAR (21A, Montevideo Street)

• Voenna Rampa: (11, Lokomotiv Street)

• Vrazhdebna: (270, Botevgradsko shose Blvd.)


• General information on countries of origin, EU and national legal practices and procedures;

• Detailed overview of the project and its activities;

• Information on other organisations operating in reception centers;

• Instruction on the specifics of working with children, young people and adults seeking or having received international protection by specialists from SAR / BRC / UNHCR /IOM/ Professors, etc;

• Introducing non-formal education and offering examples of working with children, young people and adults;

• Empathy, professional boundaries and prevention of the burnout syndrome;

• Training for the rights and obligations of volunteers;


• Intercultural communication, acquaintance with different cultures;

• Acquiring experience in working with children, young people and adults seeking international protection;

• Experience in planning and conducting educational, creative and sports activities;

• Acquiring skills for raising funds and organizing information events;

• Certificate from CVS-Bulgaria and Caritas Sofia in Bulgarian and English;

• Personal satisfaction.

 Mentoring and assessment:

• You will be mentored and assisted in your work by project coordinators and experienced volunteers who continue in the project;

• The contact persons will be the project coordinators; you will have a mentor who is a professional teacher;

• Periodic trainings; interim and final evaluation of the project.

Apply by:

-filling in the online form and if are new to the project sending us your CV (in Bulgarian or English) and photo  at  

Deadline for applications: 28 February 2018. 

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Become a part of our School Gardens team! Learn about sustainable gardening, working with children, photography & video production!

About the project:

The “Green Fingers – Oasis for children” is an EVS project that will bring together 1 long term and 12 short term volunteers in Zagreb and engage them in maintaining urban school gardens together with around 2000 children and teachers in 3 Primary schools in Zagreb, Croatia.


The main objectives of the project are:

  • to work on reconnecting children and youth to nature in an urban environment
  • to put into practice principles of non-formal education with children and young people about environment protection and sustainability, by practical means that will give them the knowledge and skills to apply it the future on their own and share with others.


Match-December 2018 – 1 long-term volunteer

April-June 2018 – 12 short-term volunteers

Why to apply for our EVS?


  • Become a part of our happy international team! Enjoy working with people who love their job in a relaxed, supporting and professional atmosphere.
  • Learn how to work with children with creative, innovative and non-formal tools in a classroom kids like the most: the school garden!
  • Learn the basics of organic urban gardening and how to inspire children (and yourself!) for sustainable actions and healthier lifestyle that respects our planet.
  • Live for 10 months in the city with a heart! Zagreb is one of the top destinations in Europe, a large and dynamic city which managed to stay romantic and safe.
  • Show and improve your photography and video making skills with the help of our PR & marketing team.
  • Learn how a good functioning NGO works in our green oasis office in the very centre of Zagreb with the most beautiful terrace garden!

Who are we looking for?

We are looking for young people from 18-30 from partner countries:  PORTUGAL, ITALY, BULGARIA, FYR MACEDONIA, GREECE, TURKEY, who are:

    • ARE WILLING TO TAKE PART IN A VEGETARIAN/VEGAN CHALLENGE DURING THE PROJECT (promoting vegetarianism is important to us from two aspects – sustainability and nonviolence. The excessive consumption of meat in the modern societies has a big negative ecological footprint. We think it is important to correct this negative trend and show by example how it is possible to consume little or no meat at all, be healthy and eat tasty happy food!)

For long term, in addition, it is an advantage if candidates:



During selection an advantage will be given to motivated participants facing fewer opportunities.

The project activities in which volunteers will take part are divided in 5 main groups:


  • • Gardening with children
    • Foreign language workshops for children (“Garden Dictionary”)
    • Craft, recycling and garden decorations workshops
    • Environment education with children


  • • Organising the “Urban Garden Festival”
    • Organising a public awareness activity for the International Environment Protection Day (June 5th)
    • “Love Your Greens” promotion of vegetarian cooking



  • • On-Arrival Training and additional Mid-term training for long term volunteers
    • Introduction to working with children
    • Introduction to sustainable gardening
    • Educational excursions

OFFICE ACTIVITIES – only for long term volunteers:

  • • Administration and organisation
    • Assisting with preparation for the short term mobilities
    • Visibility, promotion and marketing
    • Photographing and video shooting/production


  • • Personal project. All volunteers will have an opportunity to focus on development of a personal project, that will contribute to their satisfaction and support their learning goals.

Previous projects:

More information about the project, as well as more information about O.A.ZA you can find HERE!

How to apply:

Deadlines for application:

17th February 2018 (for long-term EVS)

28th February 2018 (for short-term EVS)

We are looking forward to your applications!

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We are looking for a Learning Facilitator!

SOS Children’s Villages is an independent, non-governmental international development organisation which has been working to meet the needs and protect the interests and rights of children since 1949. There are ca. 400 children and young people living in the care of SOS Children’s Villages Hungary, out of which 100 live in the Koszeg area with 10 foster families and in the Youth Facilities.

The position is part of a project funded by the European Union. The selected person will take the role as a volunteer for 12 months, however, all necessary expenses are covered, such as travel costs, local transportation costs, accommodation, meal allowance, insurance (including dental and ophthalmological treatments), training courses, language course and pocket money.


Location: K?szeg city, Hungary

Project duration: 2018. 09. 03 – 2019. 09. 02.

Advanced planning visit for the selected candidate:  2 days in August (all related costs are covered)

Tasks and responsibilities:

  • take part in the everyday life of children, youngsters and foster families, e.g. helping to accompany children to the nursery and school,
  • tutor children on school subjects and organise language classes,
  • organise different outdoor activities and excursions,
  • organise different workshops (arts, crafts, dance etc.) in the workshop of the village (which is well-equipped with materials),
  • investigate the structure of the labour market in the area of the Village (e.g. through getting in touch with the local EURES office) and provide opportunities for the children to familiarize themselves with different professions,
  • organise intercultural events (e.g. intercultural nights; European values presentation, international volunteer programme opportunities)
  • assist and lead summer camps,
  • support administrative work.


We are looking for you, if you:

  • are a dedicated person with experience in working with children and/or teenagers,
  • are proficient in English,
  • have a passion that you are eager to share: like a sport activity, music, theatre etc.,
  • have good organisational and facilitation skills,
  • are proactive and able to work independently,
  •  are younger than 30 years-old, and has a permanent residency permit in his/her sending country.

We offer:

  • all project related costs covered as stated above (equivalent to the net salary of programme coordinator in Hungary),
  • work experience in one of the biggest international NGOs in the world,
  • mentoring and professional support,
  • leadership and child-care related trainings,
  • good working environment and friendly co-workers,
  • possibility to learn Hungarian.

How to apply:

Please send your CV in an e-mail to with the subject ’EVS in Koszeg_your name’, telling us how you match the requirements and what makes you the great learning facilitator we want to have around!

Deadline of application: 10th June 2018

Good luck!

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Another great news from the cinema world! From 19th till 25th February we will have the wonderful opportunity to enjoy the a colorful panorama оf the films honored with the Sofia City Award.

Production company Adela Media, with the financial support from Sofia municipality and the media partnership of BNT, is organizing Panorama of the films honored with the Sofia City Award.

The screenings of all the 15 movies which were awarded from 2002 till today will make these incredible films accessible to a wide audience and the society. In this way an extremely important event will be promoted as the annual award of the Sofia City Award for brilliant achievements in the field of cinema art.

Except the high artistic qualities and cultural message, the honored movies are also bringing to the attention of the audience the social problems and processes, which urged the authors to create them. At the same time, these movies are a kind of reflection of the dynamic and complicated period of our latest history, between 2000 and 2017. The panorama is an attempt for a different view on the things happening in Bulgaria – not through the facts, statistics or news emissions, but through the eyes of the artists.

A detailed program you can find here:











After the screenings, in a discussion with famous cinema critics, the public will have the opportunity to share their impressions and to meet the authors of the films.

The movies will be screened from 19th till 25th February at The Red House Centre for Culture and Debate. Free entrance.

We will be waiting for you!

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The training course is the main activity of the Small Steps project aiming at increasing the capacity of 10 European organisations in becoming actors of change in their local environment and working more effectively and actively for a more inclusive and prejudice-free Europe.

With this TC, we intend to provide you – youth workers, leaders, and educators – with knowledge and skills essential to inform and run educational activities in your local communities and societies on the topics of stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination, and to react to discriminatory practices – both as an individual and as an organisation. One of the methods we will focus on is the Human Library.


The training programme includes elements of both theory (what is discrimination, how to react to it), direct encounter with minorities (Human Library event), practice (practising intervention in situations of discrimination both as an individual and an organisation), and action planning (small-scale activities that you can do in order to prevent the growth of xenophobia and discrimination).

For whom?

The event will gather 28 participants from 9 European countries – activists and educators from Belgium, Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia, Spain, and Sweden. We believe that the TC will increase your self-confidence, make your work more efficient, and help you have a greater impact on the surrounding society and reality!

As the ideal participant you should:
– be interested in antidiscrimination issue and have some knowledge on this topic;
– be willing to take part in the project follow-up: organisation of a Human Library in your home country;
– come from one of the 9 above-mentioned project countries;
– be able to communicate well and work in English;
– with minimum age 18 (no maximum age);
– attend the whole course duration (there is no possibility to make exceptions).

We especially warmly welcome representatives of minority groups.


The training will last 7 days. Arrival is foreseen on Thursday, 12th April 2018 before 3 p.m. Departure is on Wednesday, 18th April 2018 after 1 p.m.


The training will be held in Antwerp, Belgium – a charming city with a rich history. Participants will be accommodated in a comfortable and modern Hopper hostel close to the centre of Antwerp. Please note that the living conditions will be quite simple, and the rooms will be shared by 4-8 people.


The working methods used will base on the principles of adult learning, creating a stress-free and motivating environment where the human brain has a full capacity to learn. You will often work in smaller groups in order to achieve best results. All the methods will encourage active participation, creativity, initiative, and responsibility for one’s own learning process.


You will be awarded with a training completion certificate, issued by Service Civil International, as well as with Youthpass certificate.

451-Service Civil International SCI

Financial conditions:

The food and accommodation of the participants will be fully covered. Reimbursement of the travel tickets will be 100% up to the maximum amounts indicated in the rules of the Erasmus+ programme after the receipt of original documents. Maximum travel reimbursement amounts: 100-499 km = 180 euro, 500-1999 km = 275 euro. We encourage you to use environmentally friendly transport (bus, train, car sharing) when possible.
There will be a participation fee of 30 euro per person, to be paid to SCI upon arrival, and that will be used for organisational costs of the Human Library in Antwerp. Some exceptions may be made for participants in a difficult financial situation – in this case, please notify us before the training.

How to apply:

The applicants are asked to complete an online registration form. The deadline is 25th February 2018, 23:59 CET. All applicants will be notified on the results by 2nd March 2018.

More information as well as the full program, you can find HERE.

In case of any questions, please contact Natalie at!

Good luck!

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The idea for the project “Volume UP!” was created based on the so far success of the previous project Urban life and also according to the needs of young people in our local environment, which is increasingly seeing the decline of urban culture. Urban culture is the culture of cities. It could be described as a large number of very different people in a very limited space – most of them don’t know each other.

mc krsko

Duration of the project:

20.5.2018-19.5.2019 (12 months)

Who can join?
Everyone motivated and enthusiastic about urban culture, who is also interested to work with kids, youngsters and other local artists and local people. Volunteers between 18 – 30 years. The project will actively engage two young people in the programming of Erasmus +, which will be between 18 and 30 years of age, and gender balanced (1 male and 1 female person).

What are the main activities?

  • Implementation of 2 cultural (Bulgarian, Spanish) evenings for all visitors. –
  • Transfer of information about tools for the recognition of non-formal skills that are internationally recognized, for visitors of MC Krsko and the other young people.
  • Discussions of young people on the topic of EU residence status and needs of young people in general.
  • Monthly editing and issuing a short film from the activities, which will be co-organized or self-org. by the volunteers,
  • Sharing photos from the project activities on Facebook in all partner environments.
  • Published articles in the Slovenian media at the local, regional and national level
  • Assistance in the implementation of weekly workshops for children called “MC direndaj.”
  • Organizing activities for young people (mostly for unorganized youth who are a part of different subcultures).
  • Bringing own ideas to the organization and execution of the festival Generator (festival of urban culture) from the two participating volunteers.
  • Gathering ideas and suggestions to improve the situation of young people belonging to various alternative cultures, which will be reasonably defined and edited by the volunteers, and forwarded to the stake holders in our local environment.
  • Personal projects of each of the volunteers who have not yet been fully defined; however, their project will be useful and widespread.
  • New projects with partners in the future; reciprocal exchange of young volunteers at the annual level.
  • Reusing a black spot in the municipality (for example drawing a graffiti on the wall, with logos of Erasmus+, Movit, MC Krsko and the title of the project).


You will be staying in the new youth hostel located inside the youth center (separate EVS apartment, furnished 4 single rooms , 2 bathrooms, 2 kitchens, 1 living room , air conditioned), each will have its own room and you will share the apartment with another volunteer, the living room will be shared with three volunteers.


Food and money:

You will receive a monthly deposit for food, which will be determined in the activity agreement, along with pocket money, which comes to about 285 eur per month.

Other useful information:

You will also have a laundry room, drying room, some bicycles, cell phone, Wi-Fi. Social security will be provided in the internal agreement between partners and volunteers, where we will define accommodation, insurance, the amount of the costs for food, pocket money, working hours, weekly schedules, holidays… You will be provided with all the necessary support before leaving for EVS (before departure training, generally about EVS, Youthpass, Europass, logistical issues, …)

Upon arrival you will attend an on arrival training that will be organized by NA, where all the EVS volunteers from Slovenia come and get to know each other and the EVS program in general. You have the right to a mentor, this will be volunteers who have experience with EVS and they will individually meet with the EVS volunteers, they will introduce you into life in a new environment, help you build a social network.

You will be a part of a Slovenian language course weekly (1,5/week).As the Youth center Krsko is located in the very center of Krsko, the local activities can be reached by foot or bicycle. For the remote activities public transport will be used (paid by the hosting org.).

If you are already interested in applying, then send your motivation letter and CV in English to Natalie at as soon as possible, but not later than 10th of June!

Good luck!

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Dear volunteers,

Are you ready for the new voluntary season? Because we are! We have prepared for you a variety of opportunities, in which you can join and a lot of exciting stories of volunteers, who have already taken part in the activities of CVS-Bulgaria.

And because we know how important it is for every and each of us to find the best project, according to the needs, during the whole February you can find us in different locations around Sofia, where we will be presenting what the opportunities for volunteering are and how you can join them. We will be more than happy to meet you in an informal environment, with a drink during the following dates and hours:




14.02.2018 – Wednesday

18:30 – 20:30


15.02.2018 – Thursday

17:00- 19:30

Bar Road 66

16.02.2018 – Friday


The Bookies

17.02.2018 – Saturday

18:00 – 20:00

Bar Barabar

19.02.2018 – Monday

18:00 – 20:00

Bar Fly

During our info-points we will talk with everyone individually and explain what an international voluntary workcamp is, what a youth exchange is, what a training course and EVS are as well as what the free positions at the moment are. We will also discuss some of our activities in Sofia International Film Festival, the Refugee Project, Baba Marta Burzala 4, Vlahi Nature School as well as many others.

Bring friends with you as well if they also want to learn more about the meaning of volunteering and its benefits!

If you have any questions, please contact Nassi at!

We will expect you in our wonderful locations!

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Do we know the people who live in Bulgaria? What do you know about the different cultures and nationalities around you? Do we know which is the Armenian Christmas, what do people cook for Bango Vasil and how is the Mimuna celebrated…?


We are inviting you to become part of our project ‘Bread makers without borders’ (B(re)aking Bread and Borders) and to get involved together with young people from different ethnicity in Bulgaria, to get to know them, to hear their point of view, to share your point of view. From February till September you can participate in 3 meeting in the Sofia Bread House – we will make bread, will create music and will play the board game ‘Bread makers without borders’.

5 mixed groups will be organized: Arab-Bulgarian, Armeno-Bulgarian, Jewish-Bulgarian, Roma-Bulgarian, Turkish-Bulgarian. In which one of the groups 20 people will take part – 10 youngsters from the different community each.

In order to get involved, you have to be between 16 and 26 years old and to be able to participate in all 3 meeting, as well as in the Open Doors Day (21st October 2018), when we will gather all, we will share photos, songs, experience and bread!

Register by writing to, 0885 039 071 or, 0898 875 054.

Sofia Bread House is located on Ekzarh Yosif 103 str. (behind the Sofia Mathematics High School).
Facebook: Хлебна къща София – Sofia Bread House

Schedule of the planned meeting for each of the groups:

Arab-Bulgarian group

Armeno-Bulgarian group

15 February 18:30-20:30 15 March 18:30-20:30
15 April 11:00-13:00 13 May 11:00-13:00
7 June 18:30-20:30 20 September 18:30-20:30

Jewish-Bulgarian group

Roma-Bulgarian group

22 February 18:30-20:30 29 March 18:30-20:30
26 April 18:30-20:30 17 May 18:30-20:30
17 June 11:00-13:00 7 October 11:00-13:00

Turkish-Bulgarian group

 Open Doors Day: 21 October


22 March 18:30-20:30
10 May 18:30-20:30
30 September 11:00-13:00

We are waiting for you 🙂

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