Under article 26 of the Law about legal entities with non-profit purposes, the Management Council of Know and Can Association- Sofia convenes an emergency general assembly on the 28-th of November 2013 at 17:00 o’ clock in the Association’s office: Sofia, blvd. Evlogi Georgiev 52, with the following agenda:

you.seeTwo members of Know and Can Association took part in a training course in Palermo, Italy in the period the 25-th of May- the 3-rd of June.


The project YouSEE gathered 40 participants coming from different European countries: Italy, Bulgaria, Germany, Spain, Czech Republic, UK, France, Greece, Hungary, Portugal, Romania, Turkey, Malta & Slovenia for a common goal: to find new and innovative ways for better youth employability and development of entrepreneurship.

The group of participants was diverse by age, knowledge and also experiences as some participants were volunteers and youth workers in their 20’s and others with long history and years of experiences in youth work. This diversity was used for transfer ofknowledge and experiences on one side and for inventing new, fresh ideas on the other side.

Training of future interpreters within European project under Lifelong Learning Program, Leonardo da Vinci, Transfer of Innovations

A free course for increasing your qualifications

We are looking for people, who are motivated to be trained as interpreters. The training will be held in September 2013 in Sofia. It will be in Bulgarian language and doesn’t include language training, but a methodology, ethical norms and behaviour when delivering the service.


The Inclusion Puzzle – TIP, project was funded by the Youth in Action Programme, Action 1.1 – Youth Exchange. The Youth Exchange began on the 4th September 2012 - 16thSeptember 2012 and it was held in Baia del Corallo Youth Hostel in Sferracavallo, Palermo.

During these two weeks, 41 youngsters from 7 European countries (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Greece, Latvia, Romania and Italy) participated in various non-formal education activities and art workshops, focusing on various topics including Multiple Discrimination and Social Inclusion.

a.call.to.change.pic1Training course
Palermo, ITALY, 7 th of September – 15 th of September 2010

A CALL TO CHANGE is a training course with European countries- France, Spain, Greece, Belgium, Estonia, Portugal, Turkey, Scotland, Bulgaria, Poland, Austria, Slovak Republic and Italy – that will gather 30 participants during 8 working days in Palermo, Italy.

The main themes of the course are poverty, human rights and youth with fewer opportunities.

The main aim of the project is to contribute to fight poverty and social exclusion of youth with fewer opportunities, which are more vulnerable. As well the project approaches poverty from a human rights perspective which is much richer and complete than an approach based on income. The participants (youth workers) will learn different tools that they can multiply in their own local community and in other YiA projects.

Two Bulgarian students won the national contest for a videoclip related to the equal access to primary education. Their prize was a 16 day visit to the African country Eritrea together with young people from 5 other EU countries. Pavel Penchev and Evgeni Todorov are third-year students in the New Bulgarian University. Their videoclip reached the final of the contest together with 5 other clips. The contest was organized by Know and Can Association under a project, funded by the European Commission and implemented in Italy, Austria, Slovenia, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria.

Many children in Eritrea walk each day for 10 km to go to the bus stop and then catch the bus to school. When they are not at school even the 8 years olds must work in hard physical conditions, according to Pavel and Evgeni. Eritrea has been independent since 1993 when it separated from Ethiopia. The country is extremely poor, in most of the villages there is no electricity, many of the schools are built by foreign non-governmental organizations.


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