"ROMA WOMEN WIN IN BULGARIA"
Publication by Gender Project for Bulgaria Foundation
The "Roma women win in Bulgaria" publication is supported by The project “Roma Women Win” / CSDP 2004 Lot 1-014. The project is funded by the European Union under the PHARE Program “Development of Civil Society - 2004”.
Kalinka Slivkova, Stoila Bongalova, Radostina Yakimova
Translation: Elena Stoyanova
Publication can be downloaded here
Gender and Media - gender education methodology
Dr. Mariya Neikova
Assoc. prof. Dr. Teodora Petrova
The Gender and Media methodology aims at university teachers who would like to devote to gender education and its challenges.
On the other hand, it could be used by a wider audience: journalists, professionals and representatives of institutions whose activities are directly connected with resolving the issues of men and women in Bulgaria.
The edition covers in four chapters the issues of gender theory, human rights - gender aspects, education, communication, media and evaluation tests.
Gender Education Manual
The methodology is elaborated with the support of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Bulgaria (Matra/ KAP Program).
I n this Manual, addressed to teachers, there are model syllabi for teaching and programs for gender education for students in classes IV - XI.
The edition includes articles and methods submitted by the American NGO Protector of Human Rights adjusted to the Bulgarian reality as well as the Bulgarian teachers' experience who have experimented successfully the course.
" The Business Start-up Guide
Produced by the Gender Project for Bulgaria Foundation, Sofia 1998, with the financial support of the Global Fund for Women - USA.
Based on materials published by the European Network for women's local employment initiatives (LEI). It includes basic concepts of innovative thinking and generating innovative ideas for business, testing of the ideas, market studies and competitiveness of the ideas.
Export Guide - Better Business for Women
The guide is produced by the Gender Project for Bulgaria Foundation, Sofia 1998, with the financial support of the Global Fund for Women - USA.
The design of the guide is mainly based on materials published by the European Network for women's local employment initiatives (LEI).
This guide has been designed for women entrepreneurs who would like to expand their business by exporting. The guide includes practical advice how to study foreign markets, first steps in export, how to make connections with partners abroad, how and where to advertise products, how to fill in export documents, etc.
WOMEN CAN DO IT - III in Bulgaria - Joint Concern for Our Municipality National Report
Center of Political Sciences team: Venelin Stoichev, Rositsa Kabzeva, Vera Markova, Paskal Boyadzhiiski, Ivelina Aleksieva, Bilyana Pilts, Gabriela Marinova
The report contains the presentation of the project, activities, media coverage, analysis of the inquiries completed after each seminar giving an idea of women's current problems, conducted by the Center of Political Sciences, and the national evaluation meeting.
WOMEN CAN DO IT - III - Locally Elected Women Making a Difference - SEE REGIONAL REPORT
The report contains a description of the project and its goals, the local approach to the project implementation, details of the project activities and the national campaigns, outcomes and recommendations.
Gender Task Force Bulgaria 2000- 2001
Center of Political Sciences team: Emil Koshlukov, Venelin Stoichev, Rositsa Kabzeva, Svetlana Doncheva, Vera Markova, Gabriela Marinova
The booklet contains a description of the Women Can Do It project in Bulgaria, the goals, methodology, seminars, outcomes and assessment of the 36 project seminars and empirical and sociological survey conducted by the Center of Political Sciences ordered by the Gender Project for Bulgaria Foundation.
Roma Women Can Do It Booklet
The booklet is a bilingual edition - published in Bulgarian and English and aims at Roma women. The main topics covered are: politics - woman's way, language is power, techniques of domination, communication and problems solving, stress overcoming, techniques of communication and discussion, creative way of problem resolving, political campaigns and initiatives.
Roma Women Can Do It in Bulgaria Booklet
The report contains details of the trainings, the outcomes and the experience acquired during the project implementation in Bulgaria.
Information Kit for Parliamentarians and Media
For more information on the project visit home page: web site http://www.neww.org.pl.
The main vision of the project is to take advantage of the forthcoming integration with the European Union to strengthen women's economic rights and gender equality. The main objective is to support the socio-economic and gender equality of women from Central and Eastern Europe and to encourage the EU members and the other European countries to cooperate and work together more efficiently. This is a vision of Europe where all citizens are equal regardless of the fact whether they belong to the EU or whether they are male or female.
The translation from English and the section about Bulgaria have been prepared by the Gender Project for Bulgaria Foundation. The Bulgarian edition is being published and edited with the financial support of Centre of Women's Studies and Policies in Sofia.
The Information Kit can be downloaded here