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Children performing at Rozhen Festival

Rozhen Folklore Festival: Keeping BulgarianTraditions Alive

Created from division and continued under unification, Rozhen showcases the beauty and diversity of Bulgarian Folklore

Rada Gankova on

Bulgarian Capital Sofia

Bulgaria: Outsourced Heaven

Bulgaria's challenge of balancing the need for investment whilst retaining its economic integrity is facing the country with a difficult dilemma.

Tanya Zhekova on

This list of labour costs in Europe has been made by Statista (Statista.com)

Labour Costs in the EU

Sweden is the country with the highest labour costs in Europe

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Distribution of the caloric consumption in Europe

Caloric Consumption Across Europe

Throughout Europe, more people are becoming overweight or obese, because of a larger consumption of calories.

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The Bulgarian banking crisis: "An inside job"

The Bulgarian banking crisis: "An inside job"

What lies behind the collapse of one of the country’s major lenders?

Tanya Zhekova on

Delian Asparouhov

20 and Revolutionizing the Way Doctors Work

"Nightingale" is an App which helps people with autism and their doctors optimize and synchronize the information they use.

Yuliya Kosharevska on

Bulgaria halted work on South Stream Pipeline

Bulgaria halted work on South Stream Pipeline

The Bulgarian PM Plamen Oresharski announced on Sunday, 8th of June that the construction of Russia’s strategic South Stream Pipeline has been suspended. The South Stream Pipeline, being financed by …

Michel Anderlini on

One Europe, One Citizenship

One Europe, One Citizenship

The very foundation of the European citizenship, namely the right to live and work throughout the Union is threatened.

Mathias Darmell on

Music Will Save Lives

Music Will Save Lives

A Musical Crowdfunding project raising money for life saving treatments.

Yuliya Kosharevska on

European Election Day: The Political Situation in Bulgaria

European Election Day: The Political Situation in Bulgaria

A brief overview on the political situation and main actors in Bulgaria in the last 15 years.

Yana Noteva on

Interview With Borislav Sandov Green MEP candidate in Bulgaria

Interview With Borislav Sandov Green MEP candidate in Bulgaria

“The real solutions for independence are not connected with a change of the suppliers, but with the production of more renewable energy.”

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Interview with Angel Dzhambazki MEP candidate

Interview with Angel Dzhambazki MEP candidate

“The resolution for the human rights of the third gender is absolutely an unacceptable targeting of humanity against nature.”

Yuliya Kosharevska on

How Bulgaria really looks like

How Bulgaria really looks like

How Bulgaria really looks like

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BG Careers Fair @UK

The Bulgarian Invasion of the UK: Reloaded

The Story of a Bulgarian Careers Fair in the UK

Jivko Jeliazkov on

Free movement of workers has to maintain public confidence

Free movement of workers has to maintain public confidence

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Romanians and Bulgarians: Welcome in the UK?

Romanians and Bulgarians: Welcome in the UK?

On the 1 January 2014, Romanians and Bulgarians will have the same right to work as Poles did about a decade earlier.

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The ''oldest'' country in Europe

The ''oldest'' country in Europe

The Bulgarian society is on a fast train to disappearing

Zhenya Hristova on

Romania and Bulgaria won't enter the Schengen area in 2014.

Romania and Bulgaria won't enter the Schengen area in 2014.

Jose Manuel Barroso, the president of the EC, recently declared to a French tv station that most likely Romania and Bulgaria will not join the Schengen Area next year because …

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Roma population around Europe, estimates

The Roma in Europe - The French Experience

Immigration of Romanian and Bulgarian Romani people to France stir up a long-lasting heated debate

Desislava Slavcheva on

Protests against the government and corruption (July 2013)

Bristol dances in support for Bulgaria

A transnational civil society movement has mobilized 30 world cities in support for a new more democratic beginning in Bulgaria - through dancing!

Yuliya Kosharevska on

Dual Citizenship in Eastern Europe in the era of European Identity

Dual Citizenship in Eastern Europe in the era of European Identity

How do Eastern European countries react to changes in dual citizenship matters? Do they “move with the trend”?

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A truly glamorous event will gather around 150 Bulgarian students from around the world.

Young people drive change in their country

Thousands of Bulgarians have been peacefully protesting for more than a month. They want the government to resign and a general change in politics

Yuliya Kosharevska on

The Arts Nation: What Awaits Bulgaria?

The Arts Nation: What Awaits Bulgaria?

In the last week tens of thousands of Bulgarians have gathered in the streets and protest. Nothing unsual these days but this one is different.

Yuliya Kosharevska on

Protesters in front of the cabinet office

Protests in Bulgaria: The Awakening

What are the reasons behind the protests in Bulgaria?

Aleko Stoyanov on

Infographic - "Education by the Numbers"

Leading, not just teaching!

Employing some of the most promising future leaders as teachers will give students equal education opportunities and will inspire them.

Yuliya Kosharevska on

A human look at the Balkan Wars

A human look at the Balkan Wars

I do not know and am not interested in the names and locations of the following battles. They are irrelevant. All that matters is the human.

George Chatzelenis on