The International Day for Tolerance is marked every year on 16 November in order to create awareness about the principles of tolerance. It is a day for respecting the cultures, beliefs and traditions of others and understanding the risks posed by intolerance.
Generation Z Interview Problems affecting young people and affecting their lives. Today the scientist Khathouna Maisashvili spoke with us on this topic. Ms.Khathouna – Candidate of Science in Mass Communication, Associate Professor of the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication of Tbilisi State University
The 2020 Bulgarian protests are series of ongoing demonstrations that are being held in Bulgaria, mainly in the capital Sofia, as well as cities with large Bulgarian diaspore. Today we will speak about what the young people think about the protests, what changed with this demonstrations in the country and[…]
One of the biggest explosions of emotions this summer took place in the small mountain town of Tryavna.
Today is July 27, 2020 and the world is still fighting against the virus named COVID-19. It started at the beginning of the year and from that time a lot of things changed. World health organization told us to keep distance, stay at home, work from home, study from home,[…]
Hey, it’s Elza from Georgia and Omer from Turkey. We are volunteers in Radio E-volution of Sliven. On 16, 17 and 18 July 2020, was held the march on the Battle Road of the detachment of Hadzhi Dimitar and Stefan Karadja, where we took a part in. We met a[…]
Hello, I am Fatma Nur from Turkey and I came to Bulgaria in September 2019 to my project. This time we are going to speak about Shipka, the place where I am living in the last 3 months. Shipka is a beautiful and small town in Kazanlak, Bulgaria.[…]
Today, we talked about why young people are prone to violence. I have two valued guests. They are from Turkey. They are volunteer in Sliven. They are Can Yeşiloğlu and Umut Çelik. Their projects the about are helping children and young people understand the nature of aggression, what are the[…]
A coronavirus is a kind of common virus that causes an infection in your nose, sinuses, or upper throat. Most coronaviruses aren't dangerous. But in early 2020, after a December 2019 outbreak in China, the World Health Organization identified a new type of coronavirus. Officials named this new virus severe[…]
Today 3rd of March, Bulgaria celebrates its national holiday – the Day of Liberation. 141 years ago (18 February in the old style), Russia and Turkey signed the San Stefano Peace Treaty in 1878, which provides for the rebuilding of the Principality of Bulgaria. Today we talked about the Liberation[…]