More systematic monitoring, implementation of environmental rehabilitation policies and prevention of environmental damages is needed in rural areas across Albania, affected by extractive and energy industry operations.
What’s the role of Internet technologies in facilitation or prevention of gender based violence (GBV) in Bulgaria and how can Internet communication reverse the dominant anti-gender rights attitudes will analyze an expert research team led by BlueLink.
Climate activists can give a boost to their movements with open online courses on Green Learning. The platform by Green European Foundation aims to provide free online courses for learners to build their knowledge and develop their skills.
BlueLink informs its partners and supporters for a change of the bank account of the organisation. Since March 25, 2019 BlueLink has been a client of United Bulgarian Bank. The previous bank account has been closed. The choice of a new bank has been made in line with its ethical policies that correspond to BlueLink's mission.
From June 2018 until January 2019, BlueLink Foundation provided expert inputs to the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum project Environmental Assessment Watch (Implementation of SEA and EIA: civil society monitors the situation in countries).
BlueLink joined human rights and digital rights organisations who have sent an open letter to the European decision-makers asking them to add human rights safeguards to the proposed Copyright Directive on the Digital Single Market throughout the negotiation process.
BlueLink supported the civil "Protest Against Violence Against Women" that took place on November 26, 2018 in Sofia, Bulgaria. The protest was organized by the Bulgarian Fund for Women (BFW) for the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.