The Council of Europe today adopted a set of guidelines aimed to ensure the protection of journalism and the safety of journalists in its 47 member states.
The refugee influx, rapidly developing digital environment, economic crisis – all these new challenges that Europe is facing today create new risks for human rights of children. How the member States of the Council of Europe can best address these challenges will be the key theme of a high-level conference in Sofia (Bulgaria)
Patrick’s Day, Ireland’s National Day, becomes more and more popular …
The Swedish Academy has awarded its Prize for the Promotion of Swedish Culture Abroad for 2015 to the St. Kliment Ohridski Sofia University’s Department of German and Scandinavian Studies.
The website of the Europe and the World Foundation (www.evropaworld.eu), which was launched nine months ago, received the Worlds and Colours Award in the competition organized by the Association of the Spanish Speaking Journalists of Bulgaria, the Union of Bulgarian Journalists and Roca Bulgaria.
On the occasion of Human Rights Day, on 10 December 2015, Anne Brasseur, President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), declared:
At the conclusion of a three-day visit to Bulgaria, UNICEF …
A new memorial plate with the names of 23 Finnish soldiers who perished in the battle of Gorni Dubnik was inaugurated on the initiative of Prof. Venelin Tsachevski, historian and former ambassador of Bulgaria to Finland. H.E. Mr. Harri Salmi, Ambassador of Finland, and Mr. Todor Yordanov, Mayor of Gorni Dubnik,..
Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland paied an official visit to Bulgaria on 12 October
During the celebration of the patron saint of translators, St. Jerome, on 01 October in Oslo, NORLA’s translator’s award was announced for the tenth time. The award is given annually to a translator of Norwegian literature and was established to bring into the public eye the contribution foreign translators make to Norwegian literature.
“Christo and Jeanne-Claude: Prints and Objects 1963-2014” is the two …
Feeding the Planet: Energy for Life, this is the motto of EXPO 2015 in Milan. On September 1 something happened there that has never happened at a world exhibition before: representatives of 11 different religions came together at the Expo Centre to talk about the production and consumption of food around the world.