A workshop for the communication experts from BirdLife Europe and Central Asia was held in Sofia


© Iordanka Lukanova

Between 2nd and 4th November  in Sofia was held a communicators’ workshop of BirdLife Europe and Central Asia. The meeting was attended by more than 50 representatives of partners of BirdLife International organizations.

The event was opened by the Chief Executive of BirdLife International Patricia Zurita. In turn BSPB, represented by the Executive Director of the organization - Nada Tosheva, welcomed the guests and presented the process of change of the visual identity in which BSPB passes now.

The highlights of the meeting were the exchange of information on strategies and tools in campaigns related to the protection of the environmental legislation at European level - the Birds and Habitats Directives. Brexit and the Common Agricultural Policy were also discussed. Partner organizations presented their campaigns and future initiatives. The latest developments in digital communication and social networks were touched on as well.

BirdLife International is the world’s largest nature conservation partnership that brings together partner organizations in 120 countries with over 13 million members and supporters. The Bulgarian Society for the Protection of Birds is the partner of BirdLife for Bulgaria.

More information about BirdLife International can be found here.

BirdLife International, BSPB, communication, Sofia