Win the Game Project


In between June and October of 2016, 120 participants from 9 different European countries – Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Poland, Spain, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Croatia came together with a cause to create more awareness towards employability and stimulation of entrepreneurial thinking through the Erasmus+ financed project called Winning the Game! The project itself consisted out of three main activities: Advanced Planning Visit (APV), first and second Youth Exchange.

wtg1The APV meeting, which took place in city of Slavonski Brod on 1st and 2nd of June, 2016, brought together 9 youth leaders and 9 youngsters from each partner country. During the meeting participants, all together, defined the needs and shared background information about the national groups they are representing. Furthermore, they discussed the situation connected with entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship and measures that are supposed to increase the employability of youth in each country.

Afterwards, participants used previously shared information in order to create the final program for the first exchange under supervision and coordination of the group leaders and looked for possible projects which can be done in the partner organization during the interim period. What is more, the leaders of the partner organizations divided tasks and responsibilities for implementation of the following Youth exchanges among themselves. This was a perfect learning opportunity since the meeting brought the leaders of the organizations, but also the youngsters which did not know a lot about the planning and implementation of the project activities.wtg2

1st Youth Exchange also took place in Slavonski Brod, from 18th till 26th of June, 2016. Main aim of the first exchange was to equip and motivate young people with fewer opportunities to take initiative and chase their own idea with the help of practical information, skills and knowledge acquired through the seminar. Therefore, the exchanged combined frontal, group and individual work. Through the workshops, participants could learn what is social entrepreneurship and how to gain the necessary skills for becoming an entrepreneur. They also performed different simulation games in order to experience and understand the current labor market and employment situation in Europe. Participants could also learn how to successfully fulfill and submit the project application and, in this way, provide jobs for themselves and other youngsters.

Once they received enough theoretical information about the project, labor market, entrepreneurship and strategic planning it was time to put that in practice. As the most difficult task, participants needed to organize a one day project by themselves – they needed to plan activity, think of the possible ways to earn the funds, implement the activity and present the report afterwards. All of them were pretty much successful, so city of Slavonski Brod was richer for 6 new events.


For the interim period, every partner organization engaged participants from the first exchange to create and implement activity for the youngsters with the topic of social entrepreneurship. This events, beside they raised the awareness regarding entrepreneurship, helped into preparing participants for the second exchange.

wtg42nd Youth Exchange implemented under “Winning the Game!” project took place in city of Zadar, Croatia from 01st – 09th of September 2016. Another group of 45 international participants arrived in city of Zadar with aim to learn more about project management, resource finding, sustainability and basic principles of social entrepreneurship, but not only this – since this was the second exchange, one of their main goals was to create materials which can help other youngsters into bettering their future.

After participants gained some practical information about social entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship in general, they developed 15 main steps or guidelines which can help anyone into becoming social entrepreneur from ground zero. The steps participants created were collected into the manual named “How to become more entrepreneurial”. The manual is available at this link.

But, they did not only produce the manual – they also filmed, arranged and presented 15 video tutorials with detailed wtg5explanation for every step. The tutorials on “How to become more entrepreneurial” are available at this link.

Next thing ahead was to investigate how innovative regional entrepreneurs of Zadar county work and how they arrange their marketing and communication strategies. Due to this task, participants visited 8 different entrepreneurs – each unique in its own way and produced the documentaries with all of the findings they managed to learn. The documentaries with the topic of entrepreneurship were created and collected into this list.

For the closure, we would like to thank to all of the partner organizations – Centar za edukaciju mladih, Bosnia and Herzegovina; European Information Centre, Bulgaria; Change it!, Czech Republic; MHD UMKA Skopje, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia; Stowarzyszenie Edukacji Pozaformalnej “Meritum”, Poland; EDUCIVIS, Slovakia; PROMOCION EDUCATIVA SOCIEDAD COOPERATIVA, Spain; Konya Metropolitan Municipality Kilicarslan Youth Center, Turkey and Europe House Slavonski Brod, Croatia.


HOMO EUROPEANUS – Overcoming the Knowledge Deficit



1st of September 2015 to the 31st of December 2016 Read more »

European Youth Antennae Network – “Europe 2020”



January 2015 – March 2015


  • The main objective of the European Youth Antennae Network – “Europe 2020” project is to prepare, train, develop and create a sustainable network of youth antennae in five regional cities in North-West Bulgaria /Veliko Tarnovo, Razgrad, Targovishte, Shumne, Silistra/ which will allow the young people to obtain and sustain up-to-date knowledge and information that is directly related to discovering new European horizons, opportunities for education and work in the EU, self-development and self-recognition. The main methodology of the project is the non-formal educational method for multilateral data exchange, in addition to the interactive educational module for distant education and carrier development “Europe 2020”.
  • The project aims to create a sustainable network of youth cores, who will be able to communicate, participate in joint youth initiatives and act as “conductors” of the European perspective and opportunities in their regions.

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We, young, united!

we, young, united banner

Project duration:

January 5th – December 22nd, 2014


Partnering organisations:

  • European Information Centre,  Veliko Tarnovo /applicant organisation/;
  • Center for Interethnic Dialogue and Tolerance “Amalipe“ /partner/;
  • Youth Leadership Academy GLOW /partner/;
  • Association Chitalishta /partner/;
  • Association of the Mayors from Veliko Tarnovo District /partner/.

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January 2010 – June 2011


Raising awareness and understanding of children’s rights among interested parties in target regions, while in the meantime  building a model for their popularization and creating precondition for active inclusion of children in this model.





Raising awareness and understanding of children’s rights among interested parties in target regions, while in the meantime  building a model for their popularization and creating precondition for active inclusion of children in this model.



In the context of this project, the following activities are being carried:

– Comparative research of the national legal framework for protection of children’s rights;

– Preparation of methodical materials for teaching children rights;

– Testing of these methodical materials in class;

– Printing and circulation of methodical materials – materials for teacher, materials for students, CD with teaching materials, texts collection,;

– National competitions for drawings on the topic of reflecting on children rights;

– National campaigns for promotion of children’s rights;

– Project preparation of “European Charter on children rights”;

– Conducting of european children’s forum /European children’s parliament/ in Veliko Turnovo in spring 2011;

– Creating Internet websites focused on the children rights in the three countries.




Brochure of project

Poster – white

Poster – blue

First card

Second card


Analysis of the legislations, politics and practices in Bulgaria with regards to children rights

List of organisations with a license from Government Child Protection Agencies for children’s social services in diferent regions



“Lets teach children rights”



August 2010 – July 2011


Mark 10 years from the signature of Charter of Fundamental Rights of European Union, signed on 7-th December 2000 in Nice.


– Idees Nouvelles Europe, France

– Progesti@, Spain

– European Information Center – Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria

–  Federation Europeenne des Ecoles, France

– Maison de l’Europe Bordeaux-Aquitaine, France



<< Charter 2010 >> is an information project for raising the sensitiveness regarding civil rights in Eropean Union and importance of fundamental document formulating the rights. It is an educational projectfor the enhancement of awareness of European identity and citizenship of young people (17-25 years old) , based on creating 6 trance-national videos to promote values which are supported by the Charter of Fundamental Rights of European Union. During the project a conference in Nice will be held on the occasion of anniversary of Charter.

Click the link to download the project brochure



During the project 6 videos were created, each of them describes a part of the Charter. These videos are aimed at the general public, they can be used for pedagogical activities by teachers and informal instructors. Ideas how to use them can be found in pedagogocal slips in videos. You can get the special DVD free of charge in EIC office – “Bulgaria” Str. № 38 – Veliko Turnovo, phone number: 062 605050.


You can watch videos on-line, here:

Summary video with presentation about the Charter.

Video 1: Dignity

Video 2: Freedoms

Video 3: Equality

Video 4: Solidarity

Video 5: Recognition

Video 6: Justice


You can find the pedagogical slips to the videos in section “Publications”.



September 2010 – August 2011

Promotion of the universality of human rights.


• Federation Europeenne des Ecoles, France;
• Progesti@, Spain;
• Европейски информационен център – Велико Търново, България
• Le Comite Syndical europeen de l’education, Belgium;
• L’union europeenne feminine, Sweden;


” Universality of human rights” is innovative project including the creation of the book ” The Universality of human rights”. This book contains information on reflection – from the international meetings – on the topic, didactical approaches to teaching the topic in schools, recommendations by public characters, many sections, which propose different approaches, representing clearly and most comprehensively the question of universality of human rights to the wide public. The book will be published in two languages (French and English) and it will promote the conception of universality of human rights. The book is compilation of earlier publications on the subject. These works will be enriched with new texts of experts about the needs of the project. These texts will offer methods for teaching the universality of human rights at three different levels.

– primary school (practical activities);
– student level ( texts);
– adults (examples for using the articles from the Charter of Fundamental Rights to solve the basic problems: solidarity, environmental protection, child protection).


The international inquiry conducted during the project – results.
Electronic version of developed work, expect here.

Dictionaries for concepts related to the EU

·          All concepts related to integration of a Bulgarian language.

·          Dictionary of the terms EU- related in 33 languages​​, including Bulgarian.

·          Online dictionary translation of terms related to integration. 18 languages​​, including Bulgarian. Managed with the help of the technical services of the national parliaments.

·          Dictionary of the European terminology, maintained by the EU translation services. 11 official EU languages.

·          English encyclopedic dictionary of the EU.

·          All terms related to the euro. (English only).

·          This is an Internet dictionary with brief explanations of many terms used in the debate on the European Union. You can also find many useful links.

Electronic documents from the EU and about it

·          Europe Direct – reader’s corner

·          How to obtain EU publications

·          Publications of the European Union a click away

·          Publishing of the European institutions

·          • EUROVOC

·          Access to documents and archives

·          LEX Web Catalog

·          Wikipedia – a free online encyclopedia.Many articles have Bulgarian versions including 264 articles devoted to the EU.

·          Catalogue system – Info Centre of the European Union.

·          List of the funds from the network of libraries “RESeau bib”

·          Website of the Central Library of the Commission

European institutions and bodies

·          European Commission – Bulgaria

·          European Parliament

·          Council of the EU

·          Court of Justice of the EU

·          European Court of Auditors

·          The European Data Protection Supervisor

·          European Ombudsman

·          European Central Bank

·          European Investment Bank

·          European Economic and Social Committee

·          Committee of the Regions

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