Capital Foundation started the implementation of a project for debating euroscepticism in Bulgaria. The “CODES – Comprehending and Debating Euroscepticism” project is funded by the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European union and is implemented by an international consortium of eight organizations representing seven countries. Leading partner is the Comenius University in Bratislava, and […]
In 2016 Capital Foundation had a project funded under the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area 2009-2014. The project aimed at raising the awareness and stimulating involvement of the community to problems related to sustainable development and biodiversity in particular. 20 volunteers were trained. Articles were published at a special online section “Biodiversity” at […]
In 2015-2016 the project “Informed and tolerant” was performed. Through innovative platform including interactive maps, debates and online section with news, analysis, reviews, best practices and interviews, the project raises awareness and ensure the promotion of rights in three key areas – rights of vulnerable groups, voting rights and justice. The project was funded under […]
In 2015 a project for Bulgarian NGOs capacity building was conducted. Best practices of Bulgarian NGOs were promoted to encourage philanthropy, volunteering, membership and partnership as a source of resources (financial and human) for NGOs and transmit knowledge and expertise to less experienced organizations. Open Society Institute supported the project
This project took place in 2014. Young journalists were introduced to the principles of sustainable development – both in theory and on the spot (field trips). The activity was conducted within the framework of a project funded by the Swiss Confederation through the Fund for reforms related to the participation of the civil society.
In 2014 a book on current media trend was published. The aim was to get young journalists and all people interests acquainted with the rapidly changing media environment. The project was funded by Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
This project was realized In 2014. It helped present and promote concept of ecosystem services and payments related to them. The activity took place within the framework of a project funded by the European Commission, UNEP GEF and the Bulgarian-Swiss program for cooperation.
In 2013 a book was published with data, conclusion and recommendations from the negotiations on the European Union multiannual financial framework 2014-2020. The project was funded by European Parliament.
In 2012 we did a training for journalists on the new financial framework of the European Union for the period 2014-2020. The project was funded by European Parliament.
In 2011-2012 a project funded by the European Commission was conducted. During the project 24 best practices of successful agriculture were promoted.