Starting from July 2020 to the present, several meetings have been held in line with the development of a comprehensive digital media literacy programme. Representatives of the National Network of Youth Centres, which includes M.E. “Youth Center Plovdiv”, Youth Center Vratsa, Youth Center Dobrich and International Youth Centre Stara Zagora, as well as the project partners- Applied Research and Communications Fund and the Norwegian organization- Norsensus Mediaforum took part in the development of the programme. Several topics which young people themselves find as relevant were derived from a survey. Non-formal activities were developed, organised in 13 meetings. They are included in the handbook "Youth (in)action", which can be used for free by a wide range of stakeholders in the field of education and social activities. The programme and the materials could be downloaded from the centre's website. In line with the programme two conferences are planned.
Video: Promotion of the educational programme "Youth (in)action": https://rb.gy/dvvsxo
In the period of 25-27 July 2020, there was the first meeting of the National...Read more»
On September 2, 2020, an online meeting was held between representatives of t...Read more»
An online meeting was held on December 2nd and 3rd in connection with the dev...Read more»
On February 4th and 10th, 2021, two online meetings were held with representa...Read more»
On March 1 and 2 municipal enterprise "Youth Centre Plovdiv" hoste...Read more»
On September 9 in the educational bio garden a conference on digital an...Read more»
Project № BG06-103 "Establishing a Youth Centre in the City of Plovdiv" under the programme "Children and Youth at Risk", component 1 "Care for Youth at Risk" with the financial support of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway by the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area 2009-2014.
Project № BGLD-1.003-0002 "Youth Centre Plovdiv - a powerful factor for local development" under the programme “Local development, poverty reduction and enhanced inclusion of vulnerable groups” funded by the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area 2014-2021.