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Climate Change Académie

The Climate Change Académie is a project led by Budakov Films and funded by the EIT Climate KIC (RIS EduEx 2021 – Climate Academy). Our main goal is to bring the problem of climate change to the young generations of Bulgarians – it is happening here, now and will get much more serious in the very future. Our Climate Change Académie aims to encourage the young generation in Bulgaria to take urgent and immediate actions for reducing the climate change. Since education is a critical aspect in addressing the issue of climate change, our goal is to raise awareness by developing several case-studies & projects, embedding various aspects of the so-called “circular economy” in to the learning objectives of many undergraduate and postgraduate programs as well as strengthening the collaboration between stakeholders and universities in terms of fostering co-creation for climate change adaptation and mitigation.




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Budakov Films Ltd  is honoured to be part of the KA2 Erasmus+ co-funded project 2020-1-DE03-KA227-SCH-093556  “Implement service learning in schools TO GET digital cultural HERitage enhanced” (TOGETHER). It is coordinated by the EBS Europäische Bildungsstiftung gGmbH and aims at fostering digital creativity of young generations by leveraging on service learning methodology and applying it to secondary schools. The project will engage students in activities of digital transformation for cultural heritage resources. However, the direct target group envisaged for the TOGETHER project are secondary school teachers and leaders, that are going to benefit from a new and innovative opportunity of Continuous Professional Development (CPD).





EU Digital Framework

Budakov Films Ltd is part of the European consortium EU Digital Framework (2020-1-IT01KA202-008386), which is a European project funded by the ERASMUS+ funding scheme 2020 – 2023. The project aims at developing a comprehensive and innovative language framework for Sign Languages related to the semantic domain of digital and ICT. Its purpose is to enhance the accessibility of deaf workers and deaf VET students to professional settings, favouring their full integration and fair treatment.





Budakov Films Ltd is part of the European consortium CreatINNES, which is a European project funded by the ERASMUS+ funding scheme 2018 – -2021. Behind CreatINNES, we are six European organizations from Bulgaria, Germany, France, Hungary, and North Macedonia, joined together in a strategic partnership, and dedicated to providing effective solutions to the educational and business needs of the Creative and Cultural Industries (CCI) via ”out-of-the-sector” thinking and goal-oriented training in business development.


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Training Modules

Competence requirements for wholesalers and foreign traders in Europe

Budakov Films Ltd together with a few high-quality European schools from Austria – LBS Theresienfeld, Lycée Professionnel Pierre Mendès (France), Šolski Center Ptuj (Slovenia)  are part of the of the Erasmus co-funded project “Competence requirements for wholesalers and foreign traders in Europe”.





Our Workflow


We analyse the situation at national and sector level in order to identify specific problems which the project could address.


Our company in a close conjunction with our European partners seek to identify common challenges and concrete problems that have to be solved.


Together with our partners we share the scope and cost of the project, the estimated duration of each task, the scheduling of activities and the role and responsibilities for each participant.


This is the phase where all the activities are conducted such us project meetings, exercises, events. Together with our partners we evaluate the progress of the project and also report all related activities in a timely manner.


We are using effective methodologies to assess the results and the impacts of the project throughout different stages. We can understand whether the social needs have been met and how we can improve our intervention in the future.


We effectively share our project results with potential users – peers in the field, industry, other commercial players and policymakers.