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  •  Horizon 2020 project ReCriRe. Between the representation of the crisis and the crisis of representation. How crisis changed the symbolic background of European societies and identities. Implication for policies and policy making Project led by Association des agencies de la democratie locale with 16 participants, including NBU (2015-2018).
  • FP7 project Euroborderscapes « Borders, political landscapes and social arenas : potentials and challenges of evolving border concepts in a post cold war world » with the participation of Finland, the Netherlands, Turkey, Russia, Spain, Norway, UK, Israel, Sweden, Italy, Poland, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Germany, Luxumburg, France, Hungary, 2012 – 2015/
  • e-Engagement against violence (call Just/2011-12/DAP/AG) led by Maria Ranieri of the University of Florence with the participation of University of Vienna, Media Association, Belgium, University Paris 8, University of Leicester, Peace Institute, Lhubljiana, 2012-14.
  • RAGE (Program Fundamental rights of the EC) , lead by Gabriela Lazaridis of the University of Leicester with the participation of University of Vienna, university of Florence, University of Helsinki, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Peace Institute, Ljubljiana, Centre for Advanced Studies, Sofia, 2012-2014.
  • Diversity in the City: urban policies of inclusion, Erasmus IP, 20.02 - 02.03.2012, Sofia, Bulgaria - New Bulgarian University (Bulgaria), University of Tilburg (the Netherlands), University of Antwerp (Belgium), University of Umea (Sweden), University of Lisbon (UCP, Portugal), University of Fribourg (Switzerland), Democritus University of Thrace (Greece)
  • Migrapass Project (2010-2012)
    This Leonardo da Vinci project (Transfer of Innovation) is gathering five European countries: France (Autremonde, leader and iriv, coordinator); Austria (Oikodrom); Bulgaria (New Bulgarian University ), Spain (University of Burgos) and the Unityed Kingdom (University of Roehampton). It is meant to propose a portfolio and training to migrants to allow them to value the experience acquired in their native countries and thanks to their expatriation project. The project, selected the 1st of August 2010, is starting the 1st of October 2010 and ends the 30th of September 2012.
  • Spin-off project: Migration and Human rights: Alternatives to Administrative Coercive Measures, July 2010, part of the Transatlantic Forum for Migration and Integration (TFMI), with the support of the Robert Bosch Stiftung and the German Marshall Fund of the United States. In Bulgaria, TFMI is represented by its partners Center for European Refugees Migration and Ethnic Studies (CERMES), at the New Bulgarian University and Center for Legal Aid – Voice in Bulgaria (CLA). TFMI was established in 2008 by the German Marshall Fund of the United States and the Robert Bosch Stiftung.
  • PhD program Diversity management - students and teachers mobility within the international PhD program, organized by the University of Bologna, Italy, the University of Graz, Austria, the University of Primorska, Slovenia and the New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria, funded by the CEI (Central European Initiative), (2010-2012)
  • Consulting Sofia City Municipality, project Open Cities
  • Active aging of migrant elders across Europe, European project , sponsered by the Ministry for generations, families, integration of North Westfalia, Germany
  • The Implication of EU Membership on Immigration Trends and Immigrant Integration Policies for the Bulgarian Labor Market, Economic Policy Institute, Sofia, with the kind support of the German Marshall Fund of the United States, Washington with participation of CERMES (2007-2008)
  • Mobile person directed by A. Krasteva (2007-)
  • Labor migration in Southeastern Europe  with the participation of B&H, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia, Montenegro. Directed by Vladimir Petronijevic, Group 484, Serbia. 2007 – 2008
  • Strengthening the administrative capacity of the relevant state authorities and development of national stakeholders coalition for formulation and application of new National Immigration Policies in the context of the accession of Bulgaria to the EU, directed by Manfred Woerner Foundation in partnership with CERMES (2006-2008)
  • Strengthening cross-border cooperation in the Western Balkan regarding migration management with the participation of 7 countries. Directed by Group 484, Serbia (2006 -2007)
  • HERA - Network for combating human trafficking in Central and Eastern Europe with the participation of 11 countries. Directed by European Public Law Centre, Athens, Greece (2006 – 2007)
  • Invisible communities: being a woman abroad directed by A. Krasteva in cooperation with the Red house sponsored by Trust for civil society (2006-2008)
  • Women scientists from ethnic and immigrant origin directed by Free University of Brussels within the 6th Framework programme (2006 -2007)
  • Refugees and public administration directed by A. Krasteva and sponsored by the MATRA program of the Dutch Embassy (2004 - 05)

 

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