December 10 – World Human Rights Day

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the UN General Assembly on 10 December 1948. Given that human rights are not defined by race, gender, class, sexuality, ability, religion, but by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. man they are defined as universal. The Universal Declaration has been translated into at least 375 […]

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The Amalipe Center is organizing a week to combat violence against women

November 25 has been declared International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. It was proclaimed as such by UN General Assembly Resolution 54/134 of 17 December 1999. In this regard, the Amalipe Center is organizing a week to combat violence against women, in which various initiatives can involve schools, educational mediators, activists, active […]

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November 25 – International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women

November 25 has been declared International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. It was proclaimed as such by UN General Assembly Resolution 54/134 of 17 December 1999. In this regard, the Amalipe Center is organizing a week to combat violence against women, in which various initiatives can involve schools, educational mediators, activists, active […]

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December 1 – International AIDS Day

On December 1, the world celebrates the fight against HIV / AIDS. This year the day is also connected with the motto “Let’s eliminate inequalities. Let’s stop AIDS. Let’s defeat the pandemics “, announced by the United Nations AIDS Program (UNAIDS). In an effort to draw attention to the problems of HIV / AIDS, in […]

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Amalipe Center Prepares Protocol on Domestic Violence for Roma Women: A Useful Guide for Professionals

In an effort to contribute to preventing and combating domestic violence against Roma women, PATTERN organizations, including the Amalipe Center, have developed Protocols on Domestic Violence against Roma Women to help and support professionals and mediators working with cases of domestic violence against Roma women. Domestic violence against Roma women is not uncommon. Roma women […]

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Video premiere: An (un) ordinary story

“Nobody wants to pay attention to me anymore, everyone thinks I’m crazy.” “I’m afraid that if something happens, people will just watch without anyone taking action.” “I felt alone, I felt offended, crushed, with no one to help me.” “He beat me to keep quiet, and I kept quiet because of my children, because we […]

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Upcoming: webinar on “Gender mainstreaming and cross-cutting perspective in EU policies”

On November 23, 2021 at 10:30 a webinar on “Gender Mainstreaming and Cross-cutting Perspectives in EU Policies” will be held, organized by the Bulgarian Platform for the European Women’s Lobby, funded by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, which took place through the Zoom platform. The virtual host of the event was Amalipe. Special guests and commentators […]

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What is tolerance – a story of good acts

Today is not only about celebrating tolerance, but also about sharing the good, passing it on. That’s why we will share with you the short story of the educational mediator Fatme Arslan from PGTST “Gotse Delchev” in Plovdiv: “What is tolerance? The ability to understand, accept and respect different cultures in our world, the ability […]

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