The first training of the series "Peer education" started on 14.03.2014 in the Youth Center in the city of Blagoevgrad. Volunteers from the club "Youth is tolerance"-Blagoevgrad conducted training of students from three schools: National Humanitarian High School of Art "St.st Cyril and Methodius'', 11 PS "Hristo Botev'' and students from Vocational School of Electronics and Electrical Engineering - Blagoevgrad. Through interactive game "Burst the bubble-stereotype'' and interesting presentation, students were introduced to the topic- "Culture of tolerance".
On March 13, 5 volunteers of Youth is Tolerance RO, shared the enthusiasm and comfort of tolerance the first peer-training with high school students.
On the 4.03.2014 in the small hall of the ArtGallery "Ivan Funev" - Vratsa event was held on to celebrate of March 3. There children from Bulgarian and Roma, who are students at the school "St. St. Cyril and Methodius" worked Bulgarian flag, each team made a separate color, and finally united all work together. The organizers of the event were voluntary club project "Youth is tolerance" - center "Amalipe" and the RegionalHistoryMuseum - Vratsa.
On 26 and 27 February 2014 held a series of two-day training courses on tolerance.It was held in a comfortable and welcoming base near Blagoevgrad. The training was attended by 18 young people aged between 17 and 27.
Volunteers ,,Youth is tolerance”, Blagoevgrad enriched their knowledge about tolerance. Through the training, they were introduced to the survey stereotypes among young people and gained new knowledge on topics such as "culture of tolerance", "Declaration of Principles on Tolerance" and others.
Of 25.02. 2014 The Volunteers of the project "Youth is tolerance" participated in a meeting with students of the school "Hristo Botev" ,village Banica. The meeting went into a few key points as familiarization with volunteers presentation of young people from the club to the students about the need for education, interests, tolerance and therefore participate in the project "Youth is tolerance."