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Call for volunteers #BeTheChange @ Burgas

Todor Kotev and Simona Traykova, young leaders from our #BeTheChange programme are looking for volunteers from Burgas for organizing a multicultural event on 21 April. Please find more info below: Hello, My name is Todor Kotev and I am an 18-year-old resident of the marvelous seaside town Burgas. I would describe myself as an active young […]

Refugee and Bulgarian students visit an exhibition on discovery

On 1 March 2018, Multi Kulti organized a group visit to the exhibition Germany – A Country of Discoverers. 16 refugee students from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan as well as their Bulgarian peers, including from the Roma community, from 66 School in Sofia enjoyed the exhibition organized by Goethe Institute Bulgaria. The exhibition focuses on world-famous […]

#BeTheChange workshop in Sofia

In the last two weekends, 2-4 and 9-11 February 2018, we hosted the workshop Be the Change for young people between 18 and 30 from all around the country. Our lovely trainers, Vanya Ivanova and Hermina Emiryan inspired the young people using the methodology Active Citizens developed by the British Council (https://www.britishcouncil.org/active-citizens). All this inspiration […]

SIRIUS Annual Policy Conference (15 December 2017, Brussels)

SIRIUS first annual policy conference took place on December 15th, 2017 in Brussels and was a big success. Over 80 researchers, policy-makers, practitioners and representatives of migrant-led organisations gathered together to exchange knowledge, experience and good practices. This one day conference, organized under the activities of the EC co-funded project “SIRIUS 2.0 Policy Network on Migrant Education“, […]

Table cricket festival “Cricket for all”

After the 11th National Cricket Table Tournament, another noble event was held and this was the Sofia table cricket festival “Cricket for all” that took place on the 9th of December 2017 in Hristo Botev hall in Sofia. The event is dedicated to children and young people with specific needs and it is part of the […]

11th National Table Cricket Tournament

On 25th of November, 2017 in Hristo Botev Hall in Sofia Multi Kulti Collective organized the 11th National Cricket Table Tournament, dedicated to children and young people with specific needs. It was hosted by the doyen of cricket in Bulgaria and president of United Cricket Club, Saif ur Rehman from Pakistan. The event was opened […]

Be the Chance: Call for applications

Photo: Nikolay Nikolov for Solidarity Festival 2017 In the framework of the Empowering Communities in Europe project Multi Kulti Collective opens a call for applications for young people (18-30 years old) for participation in a workshop and development of a small community-based initiative supporting tolerance between Bulgarians and migrants. See details in Bulgarian here.

Be the Change Training in Croatia

On 15-20 October 2017, Multi Kulti Collective representatives took part in a week long training on the beautiful island of Brac, Croatia along with seven other partnering organization. This was organized in the framework of the EU project Empowering Communities in Europe. The training was part of an effort to introduce the partners to the Active Citizens methodology developed […]

Обучение Бъди промяната в Хърватска

На 15-20 октовмри 2017 г. представители на Мулти култи колектив взеха участие в едноседмично обучение на красивия остров Брач в Хърватска заедно с представителите на още седем партньорски организации. Обучението беше организирано в рамките на проекта Овластяване на гражданите в Европа, финансиран от ЕС. Обучението беше част от усилието да се запознаят партньорите с методологията […]

Robotics Workshop @ Meet and Code

Our Multi Kulti Children’s Programme continued on 9 October 2017 with a robotics workshop hosted by Robopartans as part of the initiative Meet and Code in Sofia. 25 Bulgarian and refugee children from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan learned more about the robots made from Lego, how to make and control them and discussed what’s the […]

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