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 PROJECTS WITH EXTERNAL FINANCING 

ADOLESCENT HEALTH AND WELL-BEING IN THE CONTEXT OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: EFFECTS ON MENTAL HEALTH, HEALTH BEHAVIOUR, SOCIAL INTERACTIONS, AND ACADEMIC MOTIVATION AND ACHIEVEMENT, MODERATED BY PERSONALITY CHARACTERISTICS (2021-2024)

From November 2021, the Institute for Population and Human Studies – Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (IPHS-BAS) started the implementation of project № КП-06-Н55/7 "Adolescent health and well-being in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic: effects on mental health, health behaviour, social interactions, and academic motivation and achievement, moderated by personality characteristics", funded by the Bulgarian National Science Fund (Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Bulgaria) through Competition for financial support of basic research projects – 2021.

The aim of the project is to examine the impact of changes in the daily lives of Bulgarian adolescents due to the COVID-19 pandemic (infection of the adolescent or of family members, anti-epidemic measures to protect public health, life online, financial insecurity) on their health and well-being, and in particular on their mental health, health behaviour, social interactions and academic motivation and achievement, taking into account the moderating effects of socio-demographic and personality characteristics. We expect that the effects on young people's health and well-being due to changes in their daily lives related to the COVID-19 pandemic will be moderated by socio-demographic and personality characteristics in such a way that for some adolescents the effects will be rather negative, and for other adolescents – rather positive.

To achieve the set goal, a large nationally representative quantitative survey will be conducted with 4,500 young people in early and middle adolescence (11-15 years). The study will include an embedded qualitative component in the form of open-ended questions that explore the subjective perspectives, experiences, and ways of coping of adolescents in a situation of crisis and challenges. Evidence-based guidelines for the prevention and intervention of normative problems of adolescent health and development and problems related to functioning during the COVID-19 pandemic will be developed.

Principal Investigator of the project is Assoc. Prof. Dr. Anna Alexandrova-Karamanova (IPHS-BAS, Department of Psychology). The project team includes researchers from the Department of Psychology and the Department of Demography of IPHS-BAS, as well as researchers from Burgas Free University: Prof. Dr. Tatyana Kotzeva (IPHS-BAS, Department of Demography, and BFU), Assoc. Prof. Dr. Elitsa Dimitrova (IPHS-BAS, Department of Demography), Assoc. Prof. Dr. Krasimira Mineva (BFU), Assist. Prof. Evelina Bogdanova, MD (IPHS-BAS, Department of Psychology), Assist. Prof. Dr. Emanuela Paunova-Markova (IPHS-BAS, Department of Psychology), Assist. Prof. Dr. Tatyana Yordanova (IPHS-BAS, Department of Psychology). The planned activities cover a period of 3 years.

POLARIZATION AND CONFLICTS IN BULGARIAN SOCIETY: CAUSES, PREVENTION, OVERCOMING "(2020 ‐2022) FUNDED BY THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE

Project leader: Prof. Dr. Antoaneta Hristova Team members: Prof. Dr. Yolanda Zografova, Assist. Prof. Dr. Polimira Miteva, Assist. Prof. Boryan Andreev, PhD student Valentina Dolmova, PhD student Teodoros Vaniotis External experts: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Haralan Alexandrov, Assoc. Prof. Tatiana Borudjieva The aim of the project is to restore the integration of Bulgarian society by developing strategies for prevention and social reintegration based on the study of the factors of conflict, polarization and radicalization.

SOCIO‐PSYCHOLOGICAL ЕFFECTS OF THE CRISIS CAUSED BY COVID‐19: PERCEIVED STRESS AND DYNAMICS OF EXPERIENCES (2020 -2023)

Funded with Contract № KP‐06‐DK2/5 by "Funding of fundamental research projects on public challenges associated with the COVID‐19 pandemic ‐ 2020" of Bulgarian National Science Fund, Ministry of Education.

Project leader: Asst. prof. PhD Ilina Nacheva Team members: The team consists of researchers from section "Social, organisational and consultative Psychology" in IPHS‐BAS ‐ Prof. Yolanda Zografova, PhD, Prof. Antoaneta Hristova, PhD, Assoc. Prof. Diana Bakalova, PhD, Аsst. Prof. Tsvetelina Panchelieva, PhD, Аsst. Prof. Polimira Miteva, PhD, Valentina Dolmova, as well as researchers from IEFSEM‐BAS ‐ Assoc. Prof. Elya Tzaneva, PhD and Аsst. Prof. Yelis Ahmedova, PhD. The project aims to study the socio‐psychological effects of the crisis caused by COVID‐19 and related measures, focusing on the groups with the highest levels of perceived stress and on experts in the field of health and psychosocial support.

PSYCHOLOGICAL DETERMINANTS OF ATTITUDES TO EMIGRATION AND LIFE PLANNING IN YOUNG PEOPLE, IN THE CONTEXT OF DEMOGRAPHIC CHALLENGES IN BULGARIA
Funded by the "Competition for financing basic research ‐ 2019" of the "Scientific Research" Fund, MES.
Project leader: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Diana Bakalova.
Team members: Prof. Dr. Yolanda Zografova, Prof. Dr. Antoaneta Hristova, Assist. Prof. Dr. Ilina Nacheva, Assist. Prof. Dr. Tsvetelina Panchelieva, Assist. Prof. Dr. Victoria Nedeva‐Atanasova, Assist. Prof. Dr. Ekaterina Dimitrova and Phd student Yoanna Dragneva.
The aim of the project is to analyze the impact on psychological determinants: prices, optimism and risk‐taking, voting on emigration and life planning for young people in Bulgaria

RESEARCH OF THE MANIFESTATIONS OF AGGRESSION AND VIOLENCE IN SCHOOL - FORMS, FACTORS AND MOTIVATIONS [2017-2018]
The project is funded by the Ministry of Education and Science.
Project leader: Prof. Dr. Yolanda Zografova
Members of the team: Prof. Dr. Antoaneta Hristova, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Diana Bakalova, Assist. Prof. Dr. Victoria Nedeva, Assist. Prof. Dr. Rositsa Racheva, Assist. Prof. Dr.. Zornitsa Totkova, Assist. Prof. Boryan Andreev, Assist. Prof. Dr. Ekaterina Dimitrova.
THE MOST SIGNIFICANT SCIENTIFIC ACHIEVEMENT FOR 2018
The main goal of the project is to reveal the motivation that underlies aggressive behavior, as well as the factors that are taught in and out of school Wednesday, from the point of view of both students and teachers. An author's methodology has been developed, through which various forms of aggression for students in primary, secondary and upper stages of education have been studied. The study found that the following factors most often affect aggression among students: personal characteristics such as revenge, anger, and the desire for control; deteriorating family environment; friends with problematic behavior outside of school; media ‐ harassment in virtual real social networks and computer games with violence, as well as society's tolerance of violence. Some of them could get the results obtained by teachers, who will show a tendency to transfer the responsibility for aggressive introduction of students outside the school environment, mainly to the family. In addition, it turned out that he often encountered not only isolated cases of aggression, but also whole classes, in which there are frequent conflicts between students, pupils and teachers, bullying and violation of school order.

PROJECT "PROGRAM FOR PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION OF AGGRESSION AND VIOLENCE AT SCHOOL" [2019‐2020]
The project is funded by the Ministry of Education and Science
 Project leader: Prof. Dr. Yolanda Zografova, co‐leader Prof. Dr. Antoaneta Hristova. Members of the team: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Diana Bakalova, Chief Assistant Dr. Ekaterina Dimitrova, Chief Assistant Dr. Victoria Nedeva‐Atanasova.
THE MOST SIGNIFICANT SCIENTIFIC AND APPLIED ACHIEVEMENT FOR 2019. An innovative program has been created, consisting of a diagnostic part and two main modules(social psychological trainings) ‐ for prevention and for intervention. The prevention module is intended for classes in which frequent aggressive manifestations are not diagnosed, and the intervention module refers to classes in which frequent manifestations of aggression among students are diagnosed. The main goal is related to the fact that after the implementation of the program to minimize the existing aggressive and destructive manifestations ofstudentsin the Bulgarian school, as well as to reduce the problems related to violence and bullying in the school environment. The program has a universal character because it could be applied in all schools, regardless of their type and professional profile and is a tool for school psychologists / pedagogical advisors to identify and deal with school challenges ‐ aggression and problem classes. The program will be introduced in school practice after a short training of school psychologists in its application.

INCREASING THE LEVEL OF ROAD SAFETY THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW METHODS FOR STUDYING THE PSYCHOLOGICAL SUITABILITY OF DRIVERS OF MOTOR VEHICLES (2019 ‐ 2020)
The project is funded by the Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications
Leader: Prof. Antoaneta Hristova
Team members: Totkova Z., Racheva R., Andreev B. The aim of the project is to introduce policies and practices based on evidence in the field of road safety in the Republic of Bulgaria. The priority tasks that the project implements are: Updating the psychological methods for assessment of drivers; Study of the psychological profile of drivers with risky behavior on the road; Derivation of good practices for working with risky drivers; Elaboration of a program for training of psychologists in the transport system. Each of the listed tasks is carried out through specific activities, the implementation of which should serve as a basis for developing a comprehensive concept for reducing road accidents in the country and respectively to reduce the number of victims and injured. The project activities ensure the connection between science, practice and policies in the field of road safety.

DEVELOPMENT OF POLICIES AIMED AT BULGARIANS ABROAD (2019 ‐ 2020)
The project is funded by the Council of Ministers Leader: Prof. Antoaneta Hristova
Team members from IPHS: Zografova Y., Nacheva I., Nedeva – Atanasova V., Dimitrova, E., Racheva, R., Tashev, S., Totkva, Z, Tair, E., Bekir, S., Kaloyanov, V. External members: Haralan Aleksandrov, Tatyana Burudzhieva, Petko Hristov, Mila Maeva, Ivo Maev
Contextual reports have been developed about the state of integration processes in 15 countries having an active Bulgarian immigrant community ‐ USA, Canada, Turkey, Greece, Northern Macedonia, Serbia, Albania, Kosovo, France, Germany, Great Britain, Spain, Italy, Moldova, Ukraine. The attitudes and readiness for return of the different generations and waves of emigrants from Bulgaria are specified. An analysis of all factors of the integration state in each country has been made ‐ socio‐economic, legal‐political and cultural; 95 biographical interviews conducted in the countries included in the study are presented; A quantitative study was conducted, which outlined the attitudes and conditionsfor returning to the Homeland. The tendency for possible return after retirement dominates in the surveyed persons. General and specific policies for Bulgarians abroad are proposed. The common ones mainly refer to the development of a systemic strategy and institutionalization of the management of the policies towards the Bulgarians abroad in connection with the need for their synchronization. The specific ones refer to proposals for specific policies for each country included in the analysis, depending on the problems outlined in it.

PSYCHOLOGICAL DETERMINANTS OF ATTITUDES TO EMIGRATION AND LIFE PLANNING IN YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE CONTEXT OF DEMOGRAPHIC CHALLENGES (BULGARIA 2020‐20)
The project is funded by the Research Fund (NSF), Ministry of Education and Science Head of the research team: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Diana Bakalova
 Members of the research team: Prof. Dr. Antoaneta Rusinova‐Hristova, Prof. Dr. Yolanda Zog rafova‐Draganova, Ch. Assistant Professor Dr. Ilina Nacheva, Chief Assistant Professor Dr. Ekaterina Dimitrova, Chief Assistant Professor Dr. Victoria Nedeva‐ Atanasova, Chief Assistant Professor Dr. Tsvetelina Panchelieva, Joanna Dragneva ‐ PhD student

"KEY TO A FEAR-FREE SCHOOL": PILOT IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SCHOOL - BASED PROGRAM "ZIPPY'S FRIENDS" FOR PREVENTION OF VIOLENCE AND AGGRESSION IN SCHOOL

Head of the project: Prof. R. Bojinova, PhD
Research team: Assoc. Prof. M. Bakracheva, PhD, Asst. Prof. Dr. A. Alexandrova-Karamanova, PhD, Asst. Prof. Z. Totkova, PhD
The project aims to study the effect of the pilot implementation in Bulgaria of the internationally established school-based program for children in preschool groups and fi rst grade, directed at prevention of violence and aggression in school - «Zippy's Friends». The program is implemented by Animus Association Foundation (through the cooperation of Voksne for Barn - Norway). The results of the study imply the introduction of new forms of work in school practice in terms of managing children›s behavior and respectively improving the social climate in school, improving children›s skills to cope with different types of situations, and increasing their self-esteem.
 
TEACHERS' APPROACHES TO MOTIVATE STUDENTS TO LEARN
Head of the project: Prof. Rumyana Bozhinova, Ph.D.
Research team: Assoc. Prof. Ergul Tair, PhD; Assoc. Prof. Eva Papazova, PhD; Assoc. Prof. Margarita Bakracheva, PhD; Assist. Prof. Anna Aleksandrova- Karamanova, PhD; Zornitsa Totkova, PhD; Kalina Popova
The results aimed at improving the individual approach to working with students - attention to their potential, personality and family environment, readiness to work with all pupils (not only those with lagging behind). They also imply on real realization of a positive relationship and stimulating relationship with the separate pupil. It is of particular importance to help the pupil understand the practical value of the subject under study. These, as well as other aspects of the obtained results, generally aim at a more determined stimulation of the student›s inner motivation - the desire to learn because of mastering the specific knowledge and realization of his / her own potential. The study involved 2535 teachers from across the country.
 
ETHNIC TOLERANCE IN WORKPLACE: EMPLOYERS POSITION AND ATTITUDES ON BULGARIAN, TURKISH-BULGARIAN AND ROMA EMPLOYEES TO JOB AND PROFESSIONAL REALISATION (2012-2014)
Head of the project: Assoc. Prof. Ergyul Tair, PhD
Funding: National Science Fund
The result extended the knowledge on stereotypes and attitudes at work, career development and social distance in three main ethnic groups in Bulgaria – Bulgarians, Turks and Roma. The results based on representative survey on more than 1300 persons outlined significant ethnic, age and gender differences in attitudes towards work, career development and work mobility. The needs for targeting state and local policies oriented towards different ethnic and age groups was appears to reduced social inequalities in the labor market.
 
EXPLORING SOCIAL REPRESENTATIONS TOWARDS CIVIL LEADERS (2016-2017)
Head of the project: Prof. Antoaneta Hristova, PhD - leader, Asst. Prof. Ilina Nacheva, PhD – young scientist
Awarded form the Bulgarian Academy of Science, Program for support of young scientists.
The product of the project has the strong potential for application in the field of political image.
 
OBJECTIVES, PRIORITIES AND POLICIES FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF DEMOGRAPHIC STRATEGY OF REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA
Head of the project: Prof. Antoaneta Hristova, PhD
Project is funded by the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy
 
HEALTH BEHAVIOUR IN SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN – BULGARIA 2014
Head of the project: Assoc. Prof. Lidiya Vasileva, PhD
Project is funded by the UNICEF, Bulgaria
 
PEAK ACHIVEVEMENTS AND FULL HUMAN FUNCTIONING IN THE PARADIGM OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY AND EXISTENTIAL PSYCHOTHERAPY
Head of the project: Assoc. Prof. Rositza Georgieva, PhD
Most important scientific achievement for 2012
Scientific  importance: From a psychological point of view, the study is important for revealing the mechanisms of goal setting, development and management of motivation, self-esteem and self-concept of the individual, achieving congruence between his self and life experience.
Social importance: Practical aspects of the study may be useful in the fi eld of career development of the individual and the staff of organizations oriented to high social achievements, as well as in the practice of crisis intervention and in existential psychotherapy.
 
RENDERING PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT IN CRITICAL EVENTS Crisis counseling for school psychologists
Head of the project: Assoc. Prof. Rositza Georgieva, PhD
With expertise to a successful career, with Bulgarian Ministry of Education
 
VIRTUAL IDENTITY AS A COMPONENT OF PSYCHOSOCIAL IDENTITY OF E-CONSUMER
Head of the project: Assoc. Prof. Diana Bakalova, PhD
Most important scientific achievement for 2013
A series of 5 related studies on self-presentation and impression management on social networking sites (SNS), of virtual identity and identity style of e-consumers, of identity information disclosure and privacy in Facebook, of time structuring and perceptions of communication in SNS, of identity functions in relation to time structuring in SNS.
 
DIVERSITY AND THE EUROPEAN PUBLIC SPHERE. TOWARDS A CITIZENS’ EUROPE – EUROSPHERE (2007 – 2012)
Аn Integrated Project, the EU’s 6th Framework Programme, Consortium Agreement CIT4- CT-2006-028504, period of implementation: 2007 – 2012, implemented by a consortium of 17 European universities and research in stitutes, coordinated by the University of Bergen, Norway; Prof. Yolanda Zografova – Bulgarian team leader on behalf of IPHS-BAS.
The main objective of EUROSPHERE is to create innovative perspectives on the European public spheres and to identify the conditions that enable or undermine the articulation of inclusive European Public Spheres. Towards this objective, EUROSPHERE: - examines the factors that are challenging the fabric of European democracy; - identifi es options relevant to optimizing citizens’ involvement in the European democratic processes; - assesses different strategies for strengthening of its inclusive democratic, plural institutions. The research plan comprises synchronized data collection and analysis activities in 16 countries as well as creation of a Eurosphere Knowledge base. In addition to regular research and academic dissemination activities, EUROSPHERE organizes several large-scale conferences, European Forums, researcher training and PhD courses. The methods developed by the international research team include an extensive semi-directive interview designed for key social actors – representatives of political parties, the media, think-tanks and social movements/ NGOs, secondary data analyses of social survey data from Eurobarometer, ESS, etc., and content analyses of news items on key EU-related issues on print and broadcast media in all participant countries by employing an especially designed media data coding scheme.
 
COMPLEX INTEGRATED MULTI-COMPONENT PROJECT IN THE STUDY OF DEVELOPMENTAL DYSLEXIA
Head of the project: Assoc. Prof. Juliana Dushanova, Asst. Prof. Yordanka Lalova, MD, PhD Ministry of Education and Science.
 
STUDY OF TEACHERS' ATTITUDES TOWARD THE ASSUMPTIONS OF THE DRAFT OF THE DECREE FOR PRESCHOOL EDUCATIONREGULATING PLAY OF CHILDREN, DIFFERENT SUBJECTS AND EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES
Head of the project: Assoc. Prof. Maria Atanassova-Trifonova, PhD; Project team: Assist. Prof. B. Alexandrova, PhD, Asst. Prof. Yordanka Lalova, MD, PhD, Asst. Prof. Evelina Bogdanova, MD , Kalina Popova, Ministry of Education and Science
 
ANALYSIS OF TEACHERS' ATTITUDES AND EVALUATION OF THE QUALITY OF THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AS BASELINE INFORMATION FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF A JOINT INITIATIVE OF MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE AND UNICEF AIMING TO PROMOTE INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN KINDERGARTENS
Head of the project: Assoc. Prof. Maria Atanassova-Trifonova, PhD; Project team: Prof. L. Peneva, Asst. Prof. Anna Alexandrova-Karamanova, PhD
 
CHOICE OF SCREENING INSTRUMENT, TRAINING OF EXPERTS, EMPIRICAL STUDY OF THREE YEARS OLD CHILDREN, ANALYSIS OF RESULTS" (2013)
Head of the project: Assoc. Prof. Maria Atanassova-Trifonova, PhD Ministry of Education and Science
 
DESIGN OF SCREENING TEST FOR THREE YEARS OLD CHILDREN (2013)
Head of the project: Assoc. Prof. Maria Atanassova- Trifonova, PhD; Prof. L. Peneva, Assoc. prof. E. Andonova, Assist. Prof. M. Mutafchieva, Assist. prof. N. Kolcheva
 
UNICEF AGE VALIDATION STUDY OF EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING STANDARDS
Head of the project: Assoc. Prof. Maria Atanassova-Trifonova
 
UNICEF HEALTH BEHAVIOUR IN SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN – BULGARIA 2014
Head of the project: Assoc. Prof. Lidiya Vasileva, PhD Project is funded by the UNICEF
 
“Vulnerable Groups and Communities” research group
 
INTEGRATED MODEL FOR WORK WITH VULNERABLE GROUPS: CESSATION OF THE MARGINALIZATION OF THE ROMA IN THE TOWN OF KYUSTENDIL VIA GENERATING A MODEL FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (2014 – 2016)
А project financed by The Velux Foundations and NBU’s Know-How Centre
Head of the project: Prof. Ilona Tomova, PhD; Project team: Sr. Assist. Prof. Lyubomir Stoychev, PhD Sr. Assist. Prof. Stoyanka Cherkezova, PhD, Assist. Prof. Stanislava Nikolova, Irina Vandova (Doctoral Students)
 
OBJECTIVES, PRIORITIES AND POLICIES CONCERNING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE STRATEGY FOR DEMOGRAPHIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA (2014 – 2016)
Аnalysis and recommendations aimed at reducing thedifferences based on ethnicity in Updated National Strategy for Demographic Development. А project financed by the Republic of Bulgaria’s Ministry of Labour and Social Policy
Head of the project: Prof. Ilona Tomova, PhD; Project team: Sr. Assist. Prof. Lubomir Stoytchev, PhD, Sr. Assist. Prof. Stoyanka Cherkezova, PhD, Assist. Prof. Stanislava Nikolova - Moraliiska
 
MIGRATORY EXPERIENCES – CHANGES IN LABOUR, EDUCATION AND GENDER RELATIONS ADJUSTMENTS OF BULGARIAN ROMA
Contract DFNP 21/20.04.2016, Young scientists programme of BAS
Head of the project: Sr. Assist. Prof. Stoyanka Cherkezova, PhD
 
PERSPECTIVES ON THE DEMOGRAPHIC PROBLEM IN BULGARIA AFTER 1990. PRONATALISM AND SOCIAL POLICY
Head of the project: Prof. Tatyana Kotzeva, PhD; Assoc. Prof. Elitsa Dimitrova, PhD
The most important academic achievement for 2014
Research significance: an interdisciplinary analysis based on the combination of qualitative and quantitative research methods has been done in order to study public discourses and perspectives on the demographic changes and social policy in Bulgaria after 1990.
Significance for the society: the results from the analysis can be used for preparation of indicators for monitoring and impact assessment of social policies.
 
CARE IN EARLY AGE”. NATIONAL SURVEY ON THE INFLUENCE OF HEALTH, SOCIAL AND EDUCATIONAL SPHERE ON CARE FOR CHILDREN AT AGE (0-7), (2016-2017)
Principal Investigator: Foundation “For Our Children”. Partners: Association “Child and Space” and IPHS- BAS.
Head of the project Prof. Tatyana Kotzeva, PhD
 
VISION FOR FAMILY POLICY IN SUPPORT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES IN BULGARIA), (2014-2016)
Partners: Foundation “Child and space”, National Network for Children, IPHS at BAS. Funding: Financial Mechanism of European Economic Area, Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2009-2014. Period of the project: Nov, 2014-May, 2016.
Head of the project: Prof. Tatyana Kotzeva, PhD; Assoc. Prof. Elitsa Dimitrova, PhD
 
SEARCHING, CATALOGUING AND PROCESSING OF MARRIAGES AND MARITAL RELATIONS' SOURCES KEPT IN ST. ST. CYRIL AND METHODIUS NATIONAL LIBRARY ARCHIVES (2016-2017)
Funded by BAS programme for young researchers support.
Head of the project: Asst. Prof. Daniela Angelova, PhD
 
VISION OF REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA ARMED FORCES DEVELOPMENT TO 2035 (2014)
Funded by G. S. Rakovski Military Academy
Head of the project: Prof. Shtelian Shterionov, Dr of Historical Sciences
 
INTRODUCTION IN THE HISTORICAL DEMOGRAPHY OF THE BULGARIAN TERRITORIES DURING THE REVIVAL (2011)
Funded by the Scientifi c Research Fund
Head of the project: Prof. Shtelian Shterionov, Dr of Historical Sciences

 

Ethnical tolerance in business environment: employer attitudes and attitude of Bulgarians, Turks, Roma towards work and professional realization. National contest "Young scientists – 2011", Scientific Research Fund – Ministry of Education, Youth and Science, under the leadership of Dr. E. Tair, Associate Professor;

"Brain cortical management of relaxed standing in sensory conflict" Contract ДТК 02/60 of 14.07.2009. with the National Scientific Research Fund; Leader: Consortium with the Neurobiology Institute under the leadership of Plamen Gatev; in partnership with the Institute for Human and Population studies, leading researcher B. Dimitrov, MD, Professor;

"Roma history and culture, financed by Sofia Municipality, Culture programme, No РД- 56-556/01.06.2011 г., won as a co-financing international project "Restoration of the European dimensions of the Roma language and culture "R.E.D.-Rrom", Contrat commun n. 2009-2163 / 001–001 CU7 MULT7". The project is co-financed by budget subsidy, the European Commission, Executive Agency "Audio-visual education and culture", the Culture programme of Sofia
Municipality and the Open Society Institute, under the leadership of Prof. Dr. I. Tomova;

"Development of young researchers in the sphere of demography" under the Human Resources Development Operational Programme of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Science – scheme BG051PО001-3.3.06" Support for the development of doctors, post-doctorate students and young scientists" under the leadership of Dr. Kr. Borissova, Associate Professor;

Providing psychosocial support during critical event, under the leadership of R. Georgieva, Senior Assistant Professor, financed by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Science; Competition at the Scientific Research Fund "Scientific Periodicals" with project leader Dr. A. Christova, Associate Professor.