EU: People with disabilities can work, but not in Bulgaria
Bulgaria is one of the countries with an underdeveloped social economy sector in Europe. Enterprises and organisations that work primarily for social benefits rather than profit hold a relatively low share of paid employment – 2.8% compared to an EU average of 6.3%....
10 August 2023
The art of giving wisely - a matter of responsibility and self-respect
97 million leva were donated during the crisis year of 2021, with every second Bulgarian making a donation, according to the Annual Donation Analysis of the Bulgarian Donor Forum (BDF)
15 million leva in the help of more than 1500 various causes and 1500 people...
16 January 2023
Let’s discuss the priorities
On October 28th, 2022, in Sofia, representatives of members of the Equal BG Civic Association together with the Bulgarian Center for Not-for-Profit Law discussed the results of the survey to determine the priorities for supporting the civil sector in Bulgaria as part...
2 November 2022
Proposal to adopt a Foreign Agents Registration Act in Bulgaria - when a legislative initiative is used for political propaganda and an attack on civil rights
Submitted to the National Assembly on 27.10.2022. by a group of MPs from the political party Vazrazhdane the Bill on the registration of foreign agents is another example of the anti-democratic trend in recent years to use legislative initiatives to...
1 November 2022
"Digital democracy vs. Digital dictatorship"
The Bulgarian Center for Not-for-Profit Law in partnership with the Association of European Journalists in Bulgaria is implementing the project "Digital Democracies vs. Digital Dictatorships", supported by the Active Citizens Fund Bulgaria within the EEA Financial...
12 September 2022
There Is Nothing Child-Friendly in the Child-Friendly Justice
This material was written by the journalist Dorotea Dachkova from www.segabg.com and was published from here without changes.
If the government does not grant real care to the child perpetrators, who very often are victims, as well, it...
28 June 2022
BCNL celebrates 10 years of training the next generation of civil society activists
This past week marked the 10th annual BCNL Summer School for NGOs, uniting 19 brilliant trainees through their passions for civil society and activism. Participants gathered by the Balchik seaside for a week of in-depth lectures and discussions, with everyone – our...
21 June 2022
Questions and answers regarding the Council for Civil Society Development
What is a civil organization? Literally - these are people united around common goals or causes. The goal is to achieve something important to them - to protect nature, help someone who is vulnerable or defend an idea. This is what we call these organizations - civil...
31 March 2022