Completed Project from Erasmus+ Program for Bulgaria
  27th Sep 2019
Central Police Taekwon-Do Club successfully finalized project Say NO to Aggression and Intolerance with № 2018-3-BG01-KA105-061017. This was youth exchange project from the EU Erasmus+ program involving a total of 60 participants from Bulgaria, Greece and Slovenia who met at the Bulgarian Black sea resort Obzor 16 to 29 August 2019. Project partner organizations were Hellenic Quadrathlon Federation from Greece led by Konstantinos Gialamas and Dimitrios Stogiannis and Taekwon-Do Club Ahac from Slovenia led by Vahid Drapic and Denis Drapic. For Central Police Taekwon-Do Club leaders were Biser Manchev and Nikola Iliev.
All participants received more information and new knowledge regarding prevention of radicalization, xenophobia, racism, harassment and discrimination of any kind within the civil society by promoting the link and dialogue between different religions, ethnicities, social and cultural backgrounds. The emphasis was on political views, important messages of common values, freedom, tolerance, respect for human rights, desire for personal realization and development.
After the end of all activities, every participant received a Youthpass certificate for successful project completion which can be considered a valuable asset for their future career development in any area.
For additional popularization of the project, Central Police Taekwon-Do Club organized an official press conference where they gave detailed information for the activities, aim and methods of completion. 

Yavor Tasev
Secretary-General of
Bulgarian Association of Taekwon-Do