You(th) Play: Final Partner Meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria

Youth Play

On November 23rd, Mundus Bulgaria hosted partners from the You(th) Play project in Sofia. The meeting, attended by partners from Italy, Greece, Spain, and Poland, focused on evaluating the transnational partnership, collaborative processes, and final project results.  The spotlight of the day was the “Virtual Planet” game, designed for game-based learning to promote sustainability, environmental […]

Sport for Refugees: Mundus Internal Training

Sport for Refugees

“Re: Sport for Refugees” project, which is dedicated to organising sports events for young individuals with refugee and immigrant backgrounds, recently experienced another stride forward as the Mundus Bulgaria team immersed themselves in an internal training session. The primary focus of this training was to deepen the team’s understanding of the project’s target group and […]

FAMS Project: Partner Meeting in Belgrade, Serbia

We are excited to share the highlights from the recent partner meeting of the FAMS project (Female Athlete Management System), funded by Erasmus+. This gathering took place in the city of Belgrade, Serbia, on October 19-20, 2023, and brought together representatives from all seven partner organizations, namely Mundus Bulgaria, UNEFS, MVNGO, UNT Faculty of Sport, […]

GREW: Second Transnational Meeting in Bari, Italy

During the meeting in Bari, it was highlighted that despite a delayed start of the project, the initiative is on track for completion before the official end date for the project which points to the productive and efficient work of the consortium. In the past period there are noteworthy achievements among which are the completion […]

AGE: Final Transnational Meeting in Sofia


On October 19th, Mundus Bulgaria hosted the culminating Transnational Meeting of the AGE project – Alliance for Green Entrepreneurship. This initiative is funded through Erasmus+ Key Action 2, a cooperative partnership in adult education, identified by project number: 2021-1-BG01-KA220-ADU-000035300. The AGE Project embarked on its journey two years ago with the mission of equipping adult […]

You(th) Play: Virtual Planet is live!

When was the last time you played a game that was fun, educational, and inspirational? With Virtual Planet, you get all three perks! You’ll experience the benefits of game-based learning while discovering the environmental impact of your daily habits, lifestyle, and the choices you make every day. This game will motivate you to be part […]

vETS Lab: Video Manual

After a busy summer, we are proud to present the vETS Lab Video Manual! The videos serve as examples of how Education through Sport can fit in with digital tools. The manual is created for all sports professionals who struggle with creating engaging exercises for their students – both online and offline, as some of […]

AduGames: Dissemination and wrap-up

In a recent dissemination event held in Bulgaria, the AduGames project marked a significant milestone in its concluding efforts to enhance adult education through gamification. The gathering brought together students from local universities, municipal representatives, and advocates of adult learning centres, creating a platform for sharing the project’s progress and results. The event focused on […]

Employability Skill Set

Over the last couple of months, the EmployMe consortium has been working on the Employability Toolkit. The toolkit includes 10 soft skills to boost employability, such as organisational skills, team working skills, or how to gain confidence in the workplace.  The idea of the Toolkit was to create bite-sized lessons to ease comprehension of the […]

Sport For Refugees: Second partners meeting and upcoming local activities

The second transnational meeting (TPM) of the project, which was held in Delft, Netherlands on October 9th 2023, marked another stepping-stone in the collaborative efforts of the consortium united in using sports as a tool for refugee engagement and community building. This meeting focused on evaluating the results of the training course conducted in Sofia, […]