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Policy Officer at the European Cultural Foundation in charge of cultural policy development. Coordinating CPRA and Young Cultural Policy Researchers Forum on behalf of the ECF.
Before joining the ECF team I worked at the Bulgarian Ministry of Culture, in charge of the relations with intergovernmental organizations, EU affairs and as Cultural Contact Point.
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2000-2006 I worked part time as Local coordinator of the ECF/ECUMEST Policies for Culture programme.

Expert and guest lecturer in projects and academic programs in cultural policy & management in the SEE region.

Member of the U40 Capacity building program of the German Naitonal UNESCO Commission

Education: MA in Social & Cultural management (University of Economy in Sofia - UNWE).
Diplome de Mastere Specialise Europeen en Management des Entreprises Culturelles (ESC Dijon, France)
PG Certificate in Contemporary European Studies (University of Birmingham - UK)
PhD in Cultural Economics at the UNWE (2010)

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Bulgarie, Pays-Bas
roject Description The project is aimed at building the capacities of young researchers and granting them the opportunity to focus on working in the field of cultural study and research. The project’s objective is to improve the skills of researchers, offer them direction and give them the opportunity to realize a research project %28this could be their first research outside the framework of academic study%29 under the direct supervision of professional researchers specialized in culture who form the scientific committee of the project. The project extends over a period of 7 or 8 months and includes three key phases: Phase I – Selection of young researchers and preparation of the training materials. Phase II – Training and Capacity Building. Phase III – realizing research projects under the supervision of professional researchers. Through the selection criteria for the participating researchers, the project focuses on relevant subjects of cultural research connected to the developments that Syria is undergoing at present. At the end of the project and based on the evaluation of the scientific committee, Ettijahat will publish a number of the realized research papers electronically first and as a book in a second stage. This procedure depends however completely on the findings of the selection committee with regard to the quality of the realized research papers. Objective • Building the capacity of 10 young researchers from various fields of cultural research • Production of selected research materials that reflect positively on cultural work and can form a base for a long-term research programme to be implemented by “Ettijahat. Independent Culture”. • Designing and piloting trainings programme in the field of cultural research.
Domaine thématique:
Gestion des arts et entrepreneuriat, Economie culturelle, industries culturelles, études d'impact, Politique et administration culturelle, diplomatie culturelle, diversité culturelle, politique culturelle européenne, dialogue interculturel, etudes européennes


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