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Global activism...will the world stop spinning if I quit :)

Profile Information

What is your Interest?
Corporate Responsibility, Sustainable Development, Environment
Represent:
Individual, Organization
Name of Company / Organization:
Initsiativa Regional Youth Council Bulgaria - Chairperson
What is your current job title / department?
leader
What would you most like to get out of this network?
Sharing experience and best practices;
Exploring new areas of cooperation;
Fulfilling CSR policy.
What knowledge, skills and experience do you have that you would be happy for people to contact you over?
Since 15, I have been involved in youth empowerment. Now I am heading several youth NGOs in Bulgaria, Europe and worldwide.

Currently, I am acting as:

CSR and investment consultant
UNICEF RVOY, country coordinator in Bulgaria
United Network of International Youth for Development and Peace, country coordinator in Bulgaria
Programmes Committee of Youth Action for Change, member
Association of Students and Student Organizations in South Eastern Europe, chairperson
Euratlantic Youth Organization “Citizens of Europe e.V” - Berlin, E(U)SA 2020 expansion coordinator
LOCALLY:
Initsiativa Regional Youth Council, chairperson

Rosen Dimov's Blog

I REMAIN IN BULGARIA.

Posted on April 7, 2008 at 7:59am 0 Comments

Having been lacerated by consideration for a few days, I am now more than confident that I will manage to lead Bulgaria to better days.



Thank you all for your encouraging responses! I appreciate them. They are one of the reasons why I should stay and go on.



I REMAIN IN BULGARIA!



I look forward to future partnership activities with any of my organizations in Bulgaria and abroad. Just approach me over the next few days. I am back to reality, my reality, my world -… Continue

Comment Wall (25 comments)

At 9:27am on March 7, 2008, Susan Morgan said…
Rosen,

Thanks for writing and for your offer of support. The work we are doing with Investors Against Genocide has a primarily US-focus.

However, there is another inititiative that I am working on in which you could be a tremendous hep. It is called No Euros for Genocide. We have a Facebook group if you are a member (if not I can invite you if you sned me your email address) and also a very simple website with an important action for Europeans to take: http://noeurosforgenocide.org/

If you could help promote that action in Europe and get your friends and associates to take the action it would be very important progress, Please feel free to email me directly with any any questions at susanemorgan@gmail.com

Thanks again!
Susan
At 10:15am on March 8, 2008, Susan Morgan said…
Great! Thank you Rosen. The most important thing is for as many people as possible to take the action requested on the webpage which is to write or call the EU and tell them that European citizens do not want the Euro used for Sudanese oil transactions!
At 5:37pm on March 10, 2008, Dan Johnson said…
Same to you. It is important that we will make a difference. Please share any ideas which will help.
Dan
At 2:45pm on March 17, 2008, Aimo Berg said…
Great Post. Keep it up.
At 2:54pm on March 31, 2008, Alison Lowndes said…
At 4:36am on March 7th, 2008, Alison Lowndes said…
Many thanks, Rosen, but we only have the infrastructure and people to operate in Kenya right now.

If any of your contacts (aged 18+) can visit Kenya with us then please refer them to the website at www.AVIF.org.uk
At 4:02pm on April 1, 2008, Faisal Ibn Jafar said…
nice to see you are involved with many projects
At 12:43pm on April 4, 2008, Ashutosh Nanda said…
hi
thanxs
nice to know about u
At 1:33pm on April 4, 2008, mitch gold said…
Greetings Rosen:

Thank you for your note. My purpose in joining this network is to share knowledge and information that has been entrusted to me.

I am a message carrier for traditional elders - as such, I am not able to charge people for the information. This presents a conundrum for me and my team. We have to live and eat too.

We have established a protocol for getting around this by requiring [people to register to get information organized for them. the information is available freely at www.homeplanet.org but that just gets you into several thousand pages of information that you may or may not find valueable.
Our MBA program - is much more beneficial, and by registering in it (through PAypal) you will be enabled to be active in our program / project.

We are establishing 22 businesses in 22 difereent sectors - looking at promoting CSR as well as the ISO 26000 Standard and other ISO standards, the UNGC and the MDG's.

Hopefully you and your network will understand the value of registering - although we do not know if this process is the best way to get allies.

it seems we all need money.

Our network is currently purchasing a "home" base in Miami Beach Florida - to be a health a wellness center for those that we support around the world - to have a place where they can "cool their jets" away from the crowds that need to hear what they have to say.

We also will be hosting an internet video show sharing the knowledge and wisdom of elders and unique state of the art environmental technologies including solar etc.

please visit our site to see the depth and integrity of our work.

Peace

Mitch
At 6:59pm on April 4, 2008, Tala Al-Khatib said…
Thanks Rosen, I'm more than happy to know that you're interested in what we're doing :)

Well i'll keep you updated with the progress of the project if you like and would so much appreciate your feedback. I'm sure it will be of so much value!

Thanks again,
Tala
At 5:30pm on April 6, 2008, Marianne Ajayi said…
Hi Rosen,

Thanks for your postings, and I'm sorry I've taken so long to respond to you. How is Bulgaria? The NGO you are running seems very interesting, and it looks like you are doing some great work! How did you get involved in youth empowerment? I'm just curious because I used to work for an organization in Washington, DC that supports social entrepreneurs around that world, and I think it's interesting to hear what drives different people in different places to address a social issue or problem. I wish you all the best in your work!

Take care,

Marianne

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