Solutions held a Stakeholders workshop in Ruse University

Solutions Brief Therapy and Counselling Centre - Ruse, led by the famous psychiatrist Dr. Plamen Panayotov held a stakeholders workshop under CODE project / Competent opportunities for digital employment / on 12 and 13 September at the University of Ruse "Angel Kanchev". 30 psychologists and experts in the field of psychological assistance from all over Bulgaria took part in it. The participants were introduced to the motivational platform,, created under the CODE project and which is also available in Bulgarian and English. They were invited to register and take advantage of its features and capabilities.

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INVITATION: Virtual Brokerage Event Creativity and Gaming 2020

Enterprise Europe Network - Ruse at the Business Support Centre for Small and Medium Enterprises – Ruse, Bulgaria has the honour to invite interested parties to the Virtual Brokerage Event Creativity and Gaming 2020, which will take place on 10 November 2020.

This virtual brokerage event is dedicated to the gaming industry where games companies, individual designers, developers and freelance IT/3D specialists in the field will have the opportunity to present their products and ideas and look for cooperation partners for future projects.

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The motivation platform is already available in Bulgarian

We are happy to announce you that the Bulgarian version of the motivation platform, created under CODE Project is already available.

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Charity organisation Palīdzē is implementing an international project to improve the knowledge of young people from the social risk group in digital competence

Charity organisation Palīdzē, the main target group of which are young people from the social risk group, is implementing an international project in cooperation with five countries, giving young people the opportunity to learn the basics of graphic design and 3D animation.

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Commission takes further steps to promote European audiovisual works and protect vulnerable viewers

On 2 July 2020, the Commission adopted guidelines to help Member States implement the revised Audiovisual Media Services Directive. The guidelines will offer a practical tool to ensure the promotion of European works in media content, thereby supporting cultural diversity and greater choice for European consumers. They will also help better protect users of video-on-demand and video-sharing platforms, particularly minors, against hate speech and harmful content.

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