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Advanced Search…. Quick Access Program offerings. I was an intern in the Law Program and after two months, not only have I been able to expand my knowledge regarding both European and International Law, but also put my previously acquired legal knowledge to test.
As an intern, I collaborated with many future European projects analyzing cases and data, doing legal researches, writing case briefings, among others, focusing mainly on topics which had a huge impact at a European level.
By doing so, not only was I able to see first-hand how a group of professionals in this precise field of study work, but I was also invited to attend the different conferences that were held in the Center, which was a once in a lifetime opportunity.
With that being said, if anybody finds the time to do an internship at CDS, luckily longer than mine, I invite you to do so without hesitation.
Every day you will get the chance to analyze new issues and forge opinions, and afterwards you will enjoy everything that Sofia has to offer with the rest of the interns, while having an unbelievable experience throughout your entire stay.
I interned for the CSD for five months and I spent an advantageous and worthwhile time there. The Economic Program and from time to time the Law Program took care of me and gave me interesting tasks concerning attractive topics like:.
The CSD published last year in collaboration with similar organizations in five countries a fascinating study on Russian influence in Central and Eastern Europe.
Based on this study, I was assigned a mid-term task analysing German and Austrian media covering Russian influence in the respective countries.
I enjoyed freedom in doing this, while my superiors were always available for queries and help. Furthermore, CSD covers issues which for me are highly interesting.
I had already lived in Sofia for six months before starting the internship, but among CSD staff I got a different perspective on Bulgaria and Bulgaria as a part of the EU.
The colleagues were willing to answer every question I had and I learnt a lot in addition to the actual work.
I thank all the staff for welcoming me there and for the friendly working environment provided! I was very pleased with my six months internship in the Sociological Program at the CSD and definitely encourage other students from all over the world to follow my example and contribute to the work of the Center as an intern.
Throughout my stay in Sofia, I was assigned with highly interesting task and topics regarding human rights, migration and refugees, radicalization or integration efforts of refugees in several EU Member States, in which could gain practical be theoretical knowledge for my future professional career.
I was able to sharpen my research, as well as academic writing skills in English which both will turn out as a great contribution to my reports and analysis in the near future.
I am very pleased with the kindness and openness not only by my colleagues from my Program, but of all CSD employees and other international interns.
My internship also provided me with inspiration for my upcoming bachelors thesis and I'm more than thankful for the intensive and informative time.
I feel extremely fortunate to have had the opportunity for an internship with the CSD. I was a part of the Economic Programme, and aided with a number of projects with regards to my specialisation in anti-corruption.
The team here was very supportive and communicated effectively with me in order to give me projects in-line with my research interests, which greatly contributed to my professional development here.
I provided updates for data and the SELDI newsletter, as well as conducted research and provided support on topics such as anti-corruption in the education sector, corruption in the energy sector, and the impact of EU conditionality on anti-corruption in Bulgaria.
I had a great time here. I joined the Security Programme and I worked on several projects on organized crime, terrorism, and corruption in Europe.
I supported the team in a project on counter extortion racketeering in Europe. I also carried out some research on measuring the corruption and international terrorism.
The team has also been useful helping me with my personal research on confiscated assets from organized crime activities.
It was a pleasure interning at CSD for six months. I acquired new skills and knowledge about crime issues which my professional career will benefit from.
If you are a student or a young professional, this is the right place to test your skills and preparation, you will find good mentors.
It was a pleasure to become an intern here; it was an honour to contribute to the Economic Program. During my internship, I worked on various topics such as Russian economic influence in Bulgaria, energy security in Central and Eastern Europe, human resources and nuclear energy, etc.
I can only praise the Centre and its staff. For over four months, I was part of a dynamic and international environment that required nothing, but the very best.
I recommend doing an internship at the Centre for the Study of Democracy to all who seek to test and put to practice the knowledge they have acquired during their studies.
Nevertheless, I should emphasize that your best allies for successfully completing an internship at the CSD are commitment and discipline.
I was basically responsible for desk research, data updates and summary writing. The internship gave me the chance to meet other international trainees and thus get to know different cultures.
We worked in a friendly environment. The experience I gathered in those three months will be a definite asset to my future professional development.
My main tasks were researching, making summaries and reviews on contemporary topics which were relevant to my interests. I had the opportunity to assist with research on radicalisation and terrorism, migrant integration, rights of victims of cybercrime and other very fascinating areas.
I was also able to attend conferences organised by CSD, or in collaboration with the Center, where other European and international organisations took part.
It was a pleasure working with people from diverse cultural and educational backgrounds that were always willing to help and give me guidance.
This internship is a very good start for my future career and will be the stepping stone for my further development as a young professional, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone interested.
My primary responsibilities were related to conducting research and making reviews on topics such as right wing radicalisation in European countries, migration and refugees in Bulgaria, r egistration system of NGOs in several member states of EU.
During the internship, I had a chance to meet people from several countries, engage in a truly intercultural dialogue , sharing new ideas and learn and discuss the various issues.
Given my future plans, this internship at CSD was particularly interesting to me and I would greatly appreciate an opportunity to work with real professionals with whom I have been working for the last three months.
This will help me defenitely to progress in my personal and career growth. I think this is the best position from where anyone can contribute, learn, and grow as a young professional.
Carrying out internship at CSD represents a valauble opportunity for anyone to gain experience and upgrade skills and knowledge.
Thus, I highly recommended the internship program at the CSD. I have been honored with the opportunity of carrying out an internship with the Security Program at CSD for the past three months.
At the forefront of the reform agenda not only in Bulgaria, but in the entire Eastern European region — and even the whole of Europe, I was able to participate in and contribute to projects that I knew were making a difference in a meaningful and fulfilling way.
This internship has granted me the ability not only to gain insight into the workings of a prominent think tank and policy institution, but also supported me in my own research interests and ideas.
A few of my favorite projects have been on topics such as Anti-Corruption and the measurement of Anti-Corruption policies, the illicit trafficking of firearms in the Balkans, and more recent undertakings in Radicalisation and Terrorism.
I was also given the opportunity to attend and participate in important meetings, roundtables, and conferences with prominent international organisations and actors.
Part of what has made my time at CSD so enjoyable and memorable are the people with whom I have been able to meet and work. I cannot say enough about how wonderful everyone at CSD has been — whether it was a smile to greet me, a word to encourage me, or a direction to help me, I really felt a part of the team.
I have learned so much over the past three months, about myself and about international security. My time at CSD has been an experience I will always remember and appreciate.
I would highly recommend an internship with CSD to anyone interested. Thank you all for making this experience so truly incredible! As an intern I not only provided different kind of assistance, but also gained valuable experience that dovetails in my academic background and personal interests.
It was my first experience of cooperation with a think-tank and it fully met my expectations. Being a part of the Sociological Program I was involved in projects dedicated to Roma capacity building, EU policy on Roma, domestic and gender based violence, as well as migration in the Western Balkans.
Among my job responsibilities it is worth mentioning the writing of literature reviews and summaries, editing reports, monitoring and gathering information, searching for potential project partners.
This internship helped to improve my analytical and writing skills, as well as to deepen my knowledge of the Western Balkans. It was interesting to work in a multicultural environment with interns from other countries and to become familiar with the functional peculiarities of working in Bulgarian think-tank.
Thank you for this unique possibility. I had a great time interning at the Law Program during these three months.
The topics I had to deal with were varied and interesting, ranging from counter-terrorism online, to domestic abuse in Europe, to the treatment and rehabilitation of drug users in prison.
My tasks included research and sources-gathering, case studies of individual countries and editing a proposal. The work was exactly in line with my abilities and should fit anyone studying or looking to work in the field of international relations.
I must also compliment the warm atmosphere of the place, and the great flexibility that was given to us interns.
I can only recommend this experience. I did a three - month internship at the Sociological Program and it was a very rewarding experience.
I had the opportunity to work on subjects such as the monitoring of forced returns of irregular migrants, Roma community issues and domestic and gender based violence.
My team was very understanding and always helpful. The work environment was pleasant, very welcoming and supportive, and I had the chance to meet other international interns like me.
Thank you so much for giving me the chance to live this unforgettable experience, which will definitely turn out to be useful for my future projects, and to discover this beautiful country.
T University, Melbourne. I interned at the Center for the Study of Democracy with the Security Program for 2 months and found it to be an extremely enjoyable and rewarding experience.
I completed a variety of tasks relating to corruption and security in both Bulgaria and Europe which proved to be particularly interesting.
The tasks were at times challenging although not beyond my abilities and I was able to further develop skills that will prove useful in the future.
It is a very welcoming and supportive working environment where I thoroughly enjoyed my time thanks to the wonderful team at CSD.
Ruslan Stefanov, both my tutor and Director of the Economic Program, and his colleagues allowed me to be fully integrated in the team.
It was a great experience to work both autonomously and within a team. I truly recommend this internship program if you are looking forward to working with leading researchers in the field of anti-corruption, organized crime, Civil Society Organizations in SEE and European integration.
My name is Alessandra. I accomplished research tasks related to the social inclusion of vulnerable groups, Human Rights protection and migration issues, acquiring a deeper knowledge on these current relevant topics.
Having the opportunity to work in an international environment, assisted by a very professional and helpful team, permitted me to develop my professional and personal skills, becoming a truly learning and rewarding experience.
The assignments I was given were practical, such as processing and summarizing different data sources, conducting interviews and research on best practices of integration in Bulgaria.
The tasks were closely related to my area of interest and gave me excellent opportunity, knowledge and confidence to apply for positions in Brussels.
For me it was great to take part in the staff meeting every Monday, making me feel as part of the team. Each one of the experts working in the program was really helpful and approachable, cutting off the distance between them and the interns.
The overall atmosphere in the Centre was dynamic and friendly. I had the chance to meet great people among the other interns coming from all over Europe, and to exchange some useful information for further projects.
I worked mainly on issues connected to human rights and the position of vulnerable groups in society. For the short period spent at the Center I learned a great amount of new information and skills that would hopefully help me with choosing a path for myself in the future.
Everyone at the Center, staff and interns, are incredibly friendly and helpful people that are always willing to help you when you are in need.
Overall, the internship was both interesting and challenging and I would definitely recommend it to anyone that is interested in this sphere of work.
My name is Anna Sassu and I come from Italy. It was a privilege working as intern in an international and intellectually stimulating setting amongst other interns coming from all over the world and professional with expertise.
Through my internship experience I had the opportunity to reflect upon pertinent issues in the field of human rights and to develop a deeper understanding which I will apply towards my future career.
I believe that my internship with CSD ideally complemented my education and experiences in the field of human rights and provided me a strong foundation for my profession.
Making a training course at the Law Program of the Center for the Study of Democracy was an extraordinary experience with regard to the study of human rights law and issues.
Furthermore, I discovered a beautiful and surprising country and culture. Meanwhile I was improving my English and Russian level.
I enhanced my analytical skills while working on dynamic issues affecting the CEE region - energy security and NATO collective defense.
I will always remember my time with CSD and the excellent researchers that I worked with. My 3-month internship at the Sociological program of the Center for the Study of Democracy went by really quickly as I got the opportunity to work in an international environment with interesting and driven people.
I chose th e internship at the CSD because I had always been interested in the sociological aspects of democratic transition and governance in Bulgaria.
I was also able to participate in two workshops: Monitoring the integration of vulnerable migrants and Methodology for participatory research among Roma communities workshop which gave me the opportunity to listen to prominent speakers from all around Europe.
I learnt a great deal of working know-how from the Sociological program team, whom I must thank for being always available and understanding.
I also made many great friendships during my internship. On the whole, my internship at the CSD was a very inspiring experience and I feel grateful to have been able to work together with great people in a very friendly and relaxed working environment.
All my tasks concerned Migrations and THB related issues. Besides writing summaries and reports of literature reviews, I performed other related desk research assignments.
I am glad that I had the chance to interning under the Leonardo Da Vinci Program in Sofia, and get to know the best and the brightest interns I ever met.
I had the opportunity to do an internship for 3 months with the Economic Program of the Center for the Study of Democracy, which proved a very enjoyable experience.
The friendly interactions with the team and the whole staff of the Center made my work very pleasant and the constant supply of tasks kept me busy and constantly learning.
The topics I was involved in ranged from energy security and governance in the energy field in Bulgaria to international competitiveness and legal research.
The work was closely related to my abilities and interests, and new challenges came at a steady pace, allowing for my personal development.
Socially, coming to the Center every day was very enjoyable, with friendliness both from the people working here as researchers, administrative or supportive staff, as well as from the other interns.
Going out in Sofia after work for a beer with the rest of the interns was common and made the learning process even more fun. All in all, I can wholeheartedly recommend the internship program at the Center for the Study of Democracy for all hard-working, ambitious and outgoing students or graduates.
Vibrant work atmosphere, opportunity to work with very learned supervisors and reasonable flexibility of working conditions, comprise few of the many good reasons for interning with the Centre for Study of Democracy in Sofia.
As an overseas intern from India under the law programme of the Centre for the duration of one month in the beginning of , I learnt a plethora of things.
The research I undertook specifically on the issue of rights of vulnerable prisoners allowed me to gain a better understanding of the gravity of this issue and also allowed for me to learn more about the ethos and functioning of European law.
I felt no dearth of encouragement and support from my supervisors who gave me timely feedback on my work.
The office was also a great place to come to, for it would always be brimming with international interns in different programmes, thereby allowing for a great cultural exchange of thoughts and ideas amongst other things.
All of this enabled me to work professionally in an environment very friendly and for that I am indeed grateful to the CSD family for allowing me the opportunity to be a part of this experience.
Thank you CSD! All my tasks concerned anti-corruption policies among the region of Southeastern Europe. Besides writing summaries of academic papers and corruption indices, I conducted research for different policy briefs and co-worked on a newsletter about corruption.
For approximately three months I did my own research project, providing a content analysis about how the region of SEE is depicted in the German-speaking media.
I am really glad that I had the change to realize an own research project and to get to know and apply different methodologies. The people at CSD are friendly and helpful.
In addition, Sofia is a great place to stay. Education : University of Palermo, M. My name is Davide Daidone, i come from Italy.
It's my first work experience in Bulgaria and i can absolutely say that it was amazing under all points of view.
My personal experience at CSD has been very positive. First of all, I met a very good staff and at the same time helpful and polite people.
I have done my internship in the Security Program under the supervision of Philip Gounev. I have done my studies in Political Science and international relationships at the University of Palermo and the first day that I arrived at the CSD I discovered with pleasure that CSD has many projects with my own former university, regarding the confiscated goods to mafia.
I have always worked in a great environment and I could use all the means for a proper search. This experience at CSD Bulgaria will be very helpful for my professional and personal growth and in particular, having worked for the Security Program will give me a great chance to win the competition at the Ministry of Interior in Italy.
I would like to thank all one by one, from the ladies ofthe kitchen, always kind and helpful, even if they do not speak English, to the Director of CSD.
For any advice you can send an email to daidonedavide at gmail dot com. During the three months of my internship I was part of the Security Program.
My tasks were diversified and very interesting, sometimes challenging but overall they did not overstrain my abilities. Usually they were very specific and geographically focused, but always belonging to topics related to security and crime issues.
My supervisors cared a lot and I never felt abandoned with a task. One of my first tasks focused on corruption in the health care sector in China and consisted of finding academic literature, media reports and current data from the past few years in order to outline the Chinese situation in the health care sector.
In this respect, I was not only preparing a list of bibliography references, but I also had to summarize the essential paragraphs and I highlighted the most important facts including statistical data.
My focus was on pharmaceutical corruption, medical equipment corruption and bribery like informal payments within the client and doctor relation.
I compared the number of total suspects per year with the number of all Non-German suspects and Bulgarian suspects and highlighted the crime areas where Bulgarians were most likely to be engaged in and the specific crimes where Bulgarians have mostly been convicted for.
By means of the German Police Crime Statistics I outlined the situation of the past few years and summarized developments. It was very interesting to find out, that the number of Bulgarian suspects more than doubled comparing with and that Bulgarians in general were mostly engaged in violation, of drug related offences and street crime like pickpocketing.
Another task focused on undeclared work in Germany and I had to write a report about marginal part-time jobs Minijobs and their impact as a policy measure on undeclared work.
I summarized the background of the policy measure, explained the objectives, actors and target groups and described the legislative principles of the measure.
I concluded with some thoughts, ideas and recommendations in a personal commentary and summarized the current situation including numbers of employers, employees, costs and benefits.
Overall I really enjoyed my time as an intern working for the CSD. I used many skills that I have learned in university and had the possibility to improve them, especially in the area of researching, literature sourcing and data collection.
I developed an interest in crime and security issues in general and crime prevention and counterterrorism in particular.
I would like to consider this interest for my prospective Master degree and later on for regular employment.
I enjoyed the friendly, helpful and kind of family-like atmosphere at the CSD and the principle of going out together for lunch. I always felt highly welcomed and that they are honoring the way and outcome of my work.
All in all, I take along some very good experiences and benefits for my future life and shall keep some very nice memories.
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