What happens after a development project closes? Do achieved outcomes continue to benefit beneficiaries? Or is the project and all that it achieved forgotten?
I worked on a project in Bulgaria that produced a number of short films about Roma. This taught me some lessons about the use of ethnographic films in education and advocacy.
https://www.devblog.no/en/article/train-or-be-trained-vs-eat-or-be-eatenStaff from Plovdiv Medical University in Bulgaria visited Kristiansand, Norway to discuss health awareness campaigns among Roma in Bulgaria with local experts.
I gave a guest lecture at the European College of Economics and Management (ECEM) in Sofia, on "Bulgaria and Europe: integration, inequality, and social dialogue."
In a development project in Bulgaria the Medical University Plovdiv provided information and training on health awareness issues to young members of the Roma ethnic group.
This article presents the regional background to the Bulgarian Monitoring and Evaluation Network. It also planned activities, and invites persons and networks to connect and collaborate.
Review of a video titled "You can't help falling in love with her at first sight." It was produced in connection with Bulgaria being the President of the Council of the European Union, in the period January-June 2018.
EEA and Norway Grants provide grants to countries in Eastern Europe. I have worked on eight projects in Bulgaria, Latvia, Romania and Slovenia. This article presents my experiences.
Maps are crucial tools in describing, presenting, and analyzing multiple environmental and socio-cultural variables, together with their interaction.
En ny diskusjon om Roma, eller romfolk, er i gang i Norge. Den handler om kriminalitet blant Roma og har aktualisert spørsmålet om hvorvidt tigging bør forbyes.