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Gender Project for Bulgaria Foundation

1000 Sofia, 37B, Parchevich str.

tel.: 3592 986-47-10

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Monitoring of training in pottery in the museum complex of Busintsi village, Trun Municipality

Within the project "Ambassadors of rights" the "Gender Project for Bulgaria" team made a monitoring of training in pottery, which takes place in the museum complex of Busintsi village, Trun Municipality.
Great was the surprise of the trainees’ progress achieved with the support of the master Svetoslav Zheliazkov! Amazing beautiful production have been created by their hands! Their happiness, pride and positive energy were so compelling, that GPF director Hadjimitova could not resist, sat on the wheel and with the help of the master, created his first simple pottery!

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20 years Gеnder Project for Bulgaria

 

Exhibition of Gender Project in White Church town

On 22 April - The International Earth Day - in the town of White Church was celebrated the 30th anniversary of the local Natural History Museum "To nature with love" as well as 95 years since the establishment of beekeeping company. The celebration was marked by opening of two exhibitions and by planting of ornamental shrubs in the garden in front of the museum.

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From Crisis to Catastrophe: first comprehensive report on situation of minorities in Iraq since advance of ISIS

14 October 2014

 

The situation of Iraq’s minorities is one of unfolding catastrophe, say Minority Rights Group International (MRG) and the Ceasefire Centre for Civilian Rights, in the first comprehensive report on religious and ethnic minorities published since the advance of the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) in the country. In the first nine months of 2014, over 12,000 civilians have been killed in Iraq, and minorities – including Chaldo-Assyrian and Armenian Christians, Turkmen, Yezidis, Kaka’i, Shabak, Sabean-Mandaeans, Baha’i, Faili Kurds, Black Iraqis and Roma - have been among the primary targets, say the rights organisations.

 

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