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18.06.2024

Debut for the talented Danai on the Bulgarian music scene

An actress from the Beijing Drama Academy discovers herself in music. Young performer Emilia Toncheva has prepared an intriguing debut...
15.05.2024

Bulgaria ranks 39th in Europe according to Rainbow Map 2024

ILGA-Europe publishes its 16th annual report […]
07.05.2024

Annie Draganova from Single Step launches her private practice in Burgas

Today we share the story of Annie Draganova - psychologist and psychotherapist. Annie has been part of the Single Step Foundation team since its inception in 2017, starting her journey as a volunteer chatter. Currently, she is the lead of the online support group for young people across the country.
25.03.2024

Human Rights Commissioner’s report highlights barriers the trans community is facing in Europe

On 14 March, a report by the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Dunja Mijatović, on trans rights in Europe was published.
21.03.2024

A “Five Films for Freedom” screening took place at The Steps

On the occasion of the festival's tenth anniversary, a free screening of three of the selected short films from "Five Films for Freedom" was held at The Steps.
01.02.2024

“Single Step” is expanding its psychological support network in Burgas

The national psychological support network of Single Step foundation continues to expand. We are pleased to introduce Nedyalka Popova - psychologist for the region of Burgas.
04.09.2023

Single Step Foundation participates in the trainings of the “Exemplary Schools” programme of the “Teach for Bulgaria” foundation

In August, at the invitation of "Together in Class" foundation, Single Step took part in the training of school teams, part of the "Exemplary Schools" programme.
10.07.2023

How to prepare an effective CV?

Konstantin Kunev, VentureOut Program Manager, shares his secrets for creating an effective CV.
12.05.2023

Human LGBTI+ library for participants from 12 countries was held at The Steps

Last month, our psychologist Nelly Tsvetkova held a five-day training with 45 people from 12 different countries on how to support young people from the LGBTI+ community.