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"The world economy today is $ 160 trillion poorer, because women in the world are still not completely equal with men, which I call one of the most expensive problems mankind faces." With these words, World Bank Chief Executive and World Bank President Kristalina Georgieva launched the forum, where the report "Women, Business and Legislation 2019: A Decade of Reforms" was presented, reports Cap
The adoption of the Common Agricultural Policy after 2020 is unlikely to become during the mandate of this European Parliament. But even if there is a delay, this will not delay payments to the agricultural sector in Bulgaria. This was assured by Minister Rumen Porozhanov during a discussion in Sofia.
The desire among young Bulgarians to emigrate abroad is decreasing. If, in 2002, 14% claimed a denial of emigration, the percentage was 61% in 2018.
The data was presented by Prof. Boris Popivanov from the Institute of Sociology "Ivan Hadzhiyski" in the presentation of the results of "Youth Surveys in Southeast Europe 2018/2019", organized by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
There is no serious ground among the young generation in Bulgaria, neither national nihilism nor euroscepticism. Half of the young people feel citizens of Europe and the world, use the new technologies and the differences between the city and the village are deleted. Additionally, young people have more and more consumer habits and often shop, even the poorest of them.
On March 8 - International Women's Day, the non-governmental organization Reach for Change launched the global initiative Bridgit, which aims to overcome digital inequality between men and women. 11 women - social entrepreneurs from Europe and Africa will get support to develop their digital solutions that increase access to information technology for women and girls.
International Women's Day is celebrated each year on March 8th. This is a day for international recognition of women's economic, political and social achievements.
The celebration began in 1857 in New York when one of the first protests of women working in textile factories was organized. They demanded equal rights with men, reduced working hours and improved working conditions.
The Bulgarian was wanted by the public prosecutor's office in Katerini for participating in a criminal group for the trafficking of babies.
According to the investigation, he found mothers in Bulgaria and offered them between 6,000 and 8,000 euros per child. He was the leader of a crime group for child adoption in the Katerini area. 13 cases have been proven, BNR reported.