12 June, 2020

BUNTact magazine

'Volunteering Circles' from Bulgaria

The long-term volunteers in the project ‘Volunteering Circles’ of CVS-Bulgaria* have gathered to work on this magazine where they share thoughts, concerns, experiences and opinions. The aim of this magazine is to express themselves in relation to subjects of their interest that they feel are present in everyone’s lives nowadays. Hopefully, this will also generate some discussion around these topics and you can share your opinion with us through the social media of the organisation, as a message or in the form of an article.

Volunteering and activism are the two sides of a coin, especially in the field of Human Rights. We believe in the importance of a constructive discussion and thus this is the activism that we are thrilled to start and navigate further.

*Volunteering Circles project /2018-2-BG01-KA125-048262/ is co-financed by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union.

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