Six graders from 6th High School “Ivan Vazov”, Blagoevgrad acquainted with the Roma culture during training d 10.10.2014, organized by volunteers of the club “Youth is Tolerance”- Blagoevgrad to Center "Amalipe".
Training successfully used method "Peer Education" and touched some very important topics concerning the tolerant attitude among students.
In the Youth Centre on 04.10.2014 at 10.30 it was hold an information meeting with young people from the club “Youth is Tolerance”, Blagoevgrad, Children's Parliament of the Municipality of Blagoevgrad and ADRA Bulgaria. The meeting was attended by more than thirty-five youth to exchange best practices and experiences.
Field visit of “Youth is Tolerance” in Szeged, Hungary gather together volunteers from Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary and Romania. Center Amalipe is a leading organization of this project. The program (25.09.2014 – 28.09.2014) contained different games and discussions on the topics of Culture of tolerance, Team work, Roma history and etc.
Volunteers Club "Youth is tolerance" - Blagoevgrad to Center "Amalipe" joined the National AIDS summer campaign of the Ministry of Health, together with RHI Blagoevgrad and Student Council to SWU “Neophyte Rilsky.”
In the late afternoon of September 11, in front of the largest corpus of Southwestern University, volunteers from the club "Youth is tolerance" distributed informational materials informing about the sexually transmitted diseases, and the ways in which we can protect ourselves from HIV / AIDS.
Good practices, to overcome the Roma stereotypes among the young people, showed volunteers from Bulgaria, Greece, Romania and Hungary on the project ‘Youth is Tolerance’ with leading organization Centre ‘Amalipe’. Youngsters – high school and undergraduated students from Roma and non-Roma origin were gathered in an exchange visit on the Chalkidiki peninsula, Greece in the days between the 15th and 18th July. There they presented their activities until that moment, shared experience, made a campaign for more tolerance, had the opportunity to get to know each other better and to find new friends, regardless of skin colour, ethnos, religion and gender.