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INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS 
VALUES AND BELIEF IN A JUST WORLD (2013-2016)
Head from Bulgarian side: Assoc. Prof. Ergyul Tair, PhD
Partnerships Agreement with University of Paraiba, Brazil
The results supplemented the knowledge of human values by testing the content and structure of new improved model based on the two widely accepted pancultural functions: values as guiding actions (personal, central, or social goals), and express needs (survival or thriving needs). The results presented that the behavior of Bulgarians in greater extent were determined by the values associated with existence (survival), interactive (love, support) and suprapersonal values (beauty, knowledge, maturity). There were found some significant gender, age and ethnic differences in values and belief in a just world that suggest different patterns of socialization. Younger people and men were more oriented toward personal goals and tolerance for injustice, while older and women were more sensitive to injustice and appreciate more interactive, suprapersonal and normative values.
 
DOCUMENTING AND UNDERSTANDING IDENTITY PROCESSES, ACCULTURATION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING OF TURKISH-BULGARIAN, BULGARIAN-MUSLIM AND TURKISH-DUTCH MINORITY GROUPS (2010-2013)
Head from Bulgarian side: Assoc. Prof. Ergyul Tair, PhD
Most important scientific achievement for 2013
Funding: Department of Cross-Cultural Psychology, Tilburg University
Scientific importance: Knowledge of collective identity was expanded through development of multidimensional construct comprising ethnic, family and religious identity. The acculturation models of youth from ethnic and religious minorities in the country was explored.
Social importance: The results based on longitudinal research presented significant differences in identity (ethnic, family, religious) development process in adolescents with different ethnic and religious backgrounds. There was established ethnic and religious differences in the components of collective identity, as parallel maintenance of ethnic and national identity in adolescents with Turkish origin. Meaningful relationship between acculturation to Bulgarian and Turkish culture and psychological well-being is evidence for successful bicultural adaptation of teenagers from Turkish ethnic group. The results can be useful in development of national education policies for young people from minority groups to support their bicultural competence that may be essential for its continued successful lintegration in Bulgarian society.
 
MIGRATION AND MOBILITY - MIGRATNG INDIVIDUAL IN PERSPECTIVE OF MEDIA REPRESENTATION
Head from Bulgarian side: Prof. Rumyana Bozhinova, PhD
Head from American side: Prof. Yana Hashamova IPHS – BAS and Center for Slavic and East European Studies, Ohio State University, Columbus - USA.
 
TRANSNATIONAL COLLABORATION FOR DEVELOPMENT OF A SERVICE FOR THE SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES “PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTION AND PREVENTION OF THE CONFLICT IN THE RECONCILIATION OF FAMILY AND PROFESSIONAL LIFE” (2012-2013)
Head of project: Prof. Antoaneta Hristova, PhD
Funding authority: “Human Resources Development” Operational Programme Implementing organization: Institute for Population and Human Studies – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (Benefi ciary), Institute of Philosophy and Psychology of the Romanian Academy (Partner 1) and Bulgarian Human Resources Management and Development Association – BHRMDA (Partner 2).
The project’s main goal was to optimize the reconciliation of family and professional life of employees in small and medium enterprises, through an effective and innovative transnational collaboration. After an analysis of the problem of the reconciliation of family and professional life in Bulgaria and Romania, a representative study with a method INDICATOR OF MEASUREMENT OF THE BALANCE BETWEEN FAMILY AND WORK among respondents, working in SMEs in Bulgaria, was realized. By means of a Training, HR specialists were informed about effective strategies for implementation of a specialized intervention of confl ict in the reconciliation of family and professional life. A Consultative center was founded and an International was organized during the project.
 
THE DYNAMIC NATURE OF INTERETHNIC ATTITUDES IN BULGARIA: A SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE (2013-2016)
The most significant international project. Is a project implemented within the framework of the Bulgarian-Swiss Research Programme, Agreement No IZEBZ0_142998/1, period of implementation: April 2013- March 2016, coordinated by Dr. Eva Green, Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lausanne, Switzerland, and Prof. Dr. Yolanda Zografova, Bulgarian team leader on behalf of the Department of Psychology and prof. Antoaneta Hristova, PhD, IPHS-BAS.
The general aim of this project is to deepen the understanding of social psychological processes underlying interethnic attitudes and prejudice of both the Bulgarian majority and of the two major ethnic minorities (Roma and Turks) in contemporary Bulgaria, with reference to the historical, political and normative context in which these attitudes are constructed and enacted. Furthermore, the project examines the irnteractive nature of intergroup attitudes by linking them to actual and perceived relations between the Bulgarian majority population and the Roma and Turkish minorities. The project methodology, developed by both Swiss and Bulgarian teams, employed a mixed methods approach – secondary data analyses of European social surveys data; a cross-sectional survey among 1216 respondents from the Bulgarian majority and the Roma and Turkish minorities across three regions in Bulgaria with differing proportions of ethnic groups by using 3-version questionnaires administered as face-to-face interviews; semi-directive interviews among some of the surveyed respondents.
 
WITH AN EXPERT KNOWLEDGE, TOWARD A SUCCESSFUL CAREER (2013-2015)
Head of project: Asst. Prof. Viktoriya Nedeva-Atanasova, PhD Fundin gauthority: “Human Resources Development” Operational Programme Implementing organization: European Polytechnical University (Benefi ciary), University of Catania (Partner 1), Institute for Population and Human Studies – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (Partner 2).
 
QUALITATIVE RESEARCH ON LABOR MARKET EXCLUSION (2014)
Head of the project: Prof. IlonaTomova, PhD; Project team: Sr. Assist. Prof. Lubomir Stoytchev, PhD, Sr. Assist. Prof. Stoyanka Cherkezova, PhD Project financed by The World Bank.
 
IDENTIFYING AND REDUCING PREJUDICES AS A SOURCE OF CONFLICT BETWEEN ROMA AND NON-ROMA POPULATION - CASES OF BULGARIA, ITALY, ROMANIA AND SLOVENIA COMPARED (REDUPRE).
GRANT AGREEMENT No.: JUST/2010/FRAC/AG/1154 - 30-CE-0377112/00-32 (2011 – 2013) Iinternational project (eight partnering organisations from four EU countries) jointly funded by the European Commission DG Justice and the IPHS
Head of the project: Prof. IlonaTomova, PhD; Project team: Sr. Assist. Prof. Lubomir Stoytchev, PhD, Sr. Assist. Prof. Stoyanka Cherkezova, PhD, Assist. Prof. Stanislava Nikolova, Kalina Ilieva – demographer
 
BULGARIA: GENDER DIMENSIONS OF ROMA INCLUSION. COMMUNITY FEEDBACK (2013)
The project financed by The World Bank
Head of the project: Prof. Ilona Tomova, PhD Project team: Sr. Assist. Prof. Lubomir Stoytchev, PhD, Sr. Assist. Prof. Stoyanka Cherkezova, PhD
 
BULGARIA: GENDER DIMENSIONS OF ROMA INCLUSION" (2012)
The project financed by The World Bank
Head of the project: Prof. Ilona Tomova, PhD Sr. Assist. Prof. Lubomir Stoytchev, PhD
 
RESTORING OF THE EUROPEAN DIMENSIONS OF THE ROMANI LANGUAGE AND CULTURE „R.E.D.-RROM"(2010-2014)
Contratcommun n. 2009 – 2163 / 001 – 001 CU7 MULT7", an international project (six partnering organisations from six EU countries) jointly funded by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) and the IPHS. The project is co-funded also by the Sofi a Municipality Culture Programme and promotes Sofia's nomination for European Capital of Culture, by the Open Society Institute Sofia and by the National Council for Cooperation on Ethnic and Integration Issues – Council of Ministers.
Head of the project: Prof. Ilona Tomova, PhD Project team: Sr. Assist. Prof. Lubomir Stoytchev, PhD et al.
 
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NRIS (NATIONAL ROMA INCLUSION STRATEGY) AND OTHER NATIONAL COMMITMENTS IN RESPECT TO ROMA HEALTH IN BULGARIA (2014-2015)
Contract: IOM 05.02.2013 The project is initiated and funded by the IOM.
Head of the project: Prof. Ilona Tomova, PhD
 
UNDP/WB/FRA REGIONAL ROMA SURVEY ROMA AT RISK OF MARGINALIZATION: MIGRATION OF ROMA AND NON-ROMA FROM CEE COUNTRIES (2012-2013)
Contract: UNDP 16.07.2012 The project is funded by the UNDP – Bratislava Regional Centre.
Head of the project: Prof. Ilona Tomova, PhD Project team: Sr. Assist. Prof. Stoyanka Cherkezova, PhD
 
GENDER EFFECTS OF EXTENDED WORKING LIFE IN BULGARIA AND RELATED POLICIES: HEALTH AND ECONOMIC WELL-BEING (2016)
Funded by COST Action IS1 409 Gender and health impacts of policies extending working life in Western countries
Senior project manager Prof. Kremena Borissova-Marinova, project team of 12 researchers of the Demography Department
 
PROMOTION OF YOUNG RESEARCHERS IN DEMOGRAPHY BG051PО001-3.3.06-0001(2012-2014)
Funded by the Ministry of Education and Science under Human Resources Development OP S
enior project manager Prof. Kremena Borissova-Marinova, target groups of 14 young researchers and PhD students of Demography Department
 
TRAINING AND PROMOTION OF YOUNG RESEARCHERS IN DEMOGRAPHY BG051PO001- 3.3.04-34/2009(2009–2011)
Funded by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Science under Human Resources Development OP
Project coordinator Prof. Kremena Borissova-Marinova, target groups of 9 young researchers and PhD students of Demography Department
 
 

"The dynamic nature of interethnic attitudes in Bulgaria: A social psychological perspective", funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF), co-funded by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Science (MEYS), Bulgaria, Bulgarian-Swiss Research Programme (BSRP). Coordinator: the Institute of Social Sciences, SSP, University of Lausanne, Switzerland, represented by Dr. Eva Green. Bulgarian partner: Department of Psychology, IPHS-BAS, represented by assoc. prof. Yolanda Zografova, PhD, April 2013 – March 2016.

The dynamic nature of interethnic attitudes in Bulgaria: A social psychological perspective PowerPoint presentation, 22 May 2014

"Awareness and individual attitudes towards current society problems – intercultural differences" (international team Bulgaria, international team България, Institutte for population and human studies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences – USA, Center for Slavic and East European Studies, Ohio State University, Columbus), under the leadership of Dr. R. Bozhinova, Associate Professor;

"Identity, acculturation and psychological wellbeing in the minority groups of Bulgarian residents of Turkish origin, Bulgarian – Mohammedan and of the Holland residents of Turkish origin" – international team: from the Bulgarian side under the leadership of Dr. E. Tair, Associate Professor and the Department of Cross Cultural Psychology, Tillburg University, Holland;

"Values and wellbeing" (Financing: Social Sciences Faculty, Helsinki University, Finland, under the leadership of Dr. E. Tair, Associate Professor;

"Diversity and the European public sphere. Towards a Citizens' Europe" (FP6 of the European Commission) Diversity and the European Public Sphere. Towards a Citizens' Europe – integrated project of a consortium of scientific institutions from 16 countries with Dr. I. Zographova, Associate Professor leading the Bulgarian team;

"Transnational cooperation for the development of service geared towards small and medium sized enterprises "Psychological intervention and prevention of conflict in combining personal and professional life" (grant: BG051PO001-7.0.01 "Without borders – Component 1", Priority axis 7: Transnational and interregional co-operation, Operational program "Human resources development" – Ministry of Labour and Social Policy). In collaboration with team from the Philosophy and Psychology Institute, the Romanian Academy of Sciences, Bucharest, under the leadership of Dr. A. Christova, Associate Professor;

"Age validation study of early (0-36 months) childhood development and learning standards of UNICEF (Age validation study of early childhood development and learning standards –UNICEF) under the leadership of Dr. M. Atanassova, Senior Assistant Professor;

"Gender dimensions of the Roma inclusions" ordered by the World Bank, under the leadership of Prof. Dr. I Tomova;

"Identifying and Reducing Prejudice as Source of Conflict between Roma and non-Roma Population – Cases of Bulgaria, Italy, Romania and Slovenia Compared" Grant Agreement No.: JUST/2010/FRAC/AG/1154-30-CE-0377112/00-32. The project is co-financed by the European commission, the Justice Executive Agency, budget subsidy, the Culture programme of Sofia Municipality and the Open Society Institute, under the leadership of Prof. Dr. I. Tomova;

"Roma health status and access to health care: comparative analysis of the situation on 7 European countries (2008-2009)", from Bulgarian side under the leadership of Prof. Dr. I. Tomova;

"Behaviour and health of Bulgarian and Romanian youth: European joint complex approach for studying the health-related choices, practices and needs of the youth" financed under Contract– ДО1- 372/16.06.2006 with the Scientific Research Fund and under Contract between IP – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and National Research Centre "Psychology and health" of 03.04.2006 under the leadership of L. Vassileva, Senior Assistant Professor, jointly with National Centre "Psychology and Health";

FUTURAGE (European road map for ageing research) under the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Commission" under the leadership of Dr. Genoveva Michova, Associate Professor,

ERA-AGE 2 (European Research Area on population ageing) under the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Commission" under the leadership of Dr. Genoveva Michova, Associate Professor.