At the moment Bulgaria is governed by a caretaker government appointed by the president because the ruling party GERB resigned at the end of February after a series of country-wide [...]
“My mom called me in the middle of the day and said that I should come home immediately because some strangers had brought my father back after he collapsed in [...]
317,000 young people – or close to 25% of Bulgaria’s population in the 15-29 age group – are neither in employment, nor education nor training. This puts Bulgaria at the [...]
“It’s not fair that I am free, but the law supports me,” said 16-year old Borislav shortly after he was released from detention. “I am very grateful there’re so many [...]
Bulgarian universities are failing to respond to the needs of companies which means that graduates are unequipped to deal with the rigors of an already tight labor market.
“So now what? You all have graduated and will now flood the capital instead of going back to where you came from?!” Capital overload I had just finished my undergraduate school [...]
Old and New Europe opened their borders to each other through a formal political and economic partnership meant to deliver peace, stability and prosperity, a partnership to help raise living [...]
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