Campus Pro Bono

Interview with Martin Ossikovski, from UNWE

Martin Ossikovski is another associate professor of the Media and Communication Department interviewed by Denitsa Gorchalova. He teaches Academic Writing, English for Journalists and Sociologists and Media Ethics. Denitsa Gorchalova: How do you perceive the idea of pro bono activities to become part of the curriculum at UNWE? What are the pros and cons? Martin…

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Interview to Stela Angova, from UNWE

Continuing with the interviews to professors and administrative staff from National University and World Economy from Bulgaria, this week we will share the interview with Stela Angova, associate professor of Media and Public Communications department. She teaches Online Media, Advertisement Communication and Public Relations on the internet. Denitsa Gorchalova: How do you perceive the idea…

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Campus Pro Bono at UNWE, Bulgaria

This post is part of our series highlighting how professors and university staff think about pro bono. Denitsa Gorchilova, professor of University of National and World Economy (our partner from Bulgaria), interviewed some professors and university staff about their thoughts about pro bono in the university framework.  In this post you can read the interview…

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Guide Book for pro bono at universities

As a part of the BEESE Project, we are working on how to facilitate the implementation of Pro Bono Programmes with students in Universities, which is part of the third Intellectual Output of this project. The first part of this Output is the creation of a Guide Book to facilitate European Universities to implement pro…

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Interview to Éva Gugán, mentor of Campus Pro Bono Hungary

András F. Tóth, director of our partner ÖKA (Hungary), conducted this interview to Éva Gugán, employee of Accenture and mentor in one of their previous Campus Pro Bono Pilot Program. András F. Tóth (AFT): Could you introduce yourself and tell us who you are and what is the field you are working on? Éva Gugán…

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Campus Pro Bono Mid-term pilot in France

A few weeks ago, the second French pilot took place on a full day. Three students surrounded by six mentors (employees and jobseekers) came together to help the NGO Démocratie Ouverte. Démocratie Ouverte (Open Democracy in english) put forward various proposals for more democracy :  They have a project incubator that puts citizens back at the…

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Fourth transnational meeting of the BEESE Pro Bono Project in Paris

On February 27- 28, 2020, the fourth transnational meeting within the framework of Erasmus+ BEESE project, was held at Pro Bono Lab in Paris. We were very excited because we were about halfway through the project and we could share the progress made by the consortium members in each country.  The first day of the…

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Why it is important to do pro bono while studying?

Civic education – as it is taught today – informs but does not allow young people to experience citizenship in a concrete way. However, it is important that while young people acquire professional skills, they can put them into practice and become aware of the ability that their skills have to positively impact their surrounding…

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We received the second category in The Good Lobby Awards 2019

The Good Lobby hosted its annual The Good Lobby Awards in Brussels on December 13, 2019. The awards celebrated citizens from different walks of life and organizations that have been successfully advocating for social change. The awarded categories were: Citizen Lobbyist, Pro Bono Lawyer, NGO, Academic, Pro Bono Professional, Philanthropist, Political Representative, Media and Collaboration…

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