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However, given the fact that the refugees crisis is spreading across Europe, it can be concluded that same-sex marriages are not a priority at this moment, and might have to wait for better times.As a citizen of a small, mostly homophobic country, I have heard many different opinions on marriage equality, but there is one that stands out.Nonetheless, the survey shows that eastern European countries are still far behind in the equal marriage support journey.According to this survey, the lowest percentage of support for same-sex marriages comes from Bulgaria - only 17% of the people think that these marriages should be allowed throughout Europe.The partnership makes the victim-centred approach possible.Only by working together can we make the project a success and give victims the support and care they so desperately need.HMA Emma Hopkins OBE and HM Consul Simon Tucker took part in the launch together with Prosecutor General Sotir Tsatsarov, Burgas Mayor Dimitar Nikolov, Deputy Minister of Tourism Irena Georgieva, and Mo I Secretary General Georgi Kostov.Ambassador Hopkins said: I am delighted to be part of the official launch of the first pilot Sexual Assault Referral Centre in Bulgaria and would like to thank all the partners in this project who worked hard to set up the centre and make it work.

VSELENA will start to work toward that goal, and victims can know that there is a safe place they can start their recovery in.All that would matter at the end will not be the destination, but the journey of people’s minds, opening towards tolerance. Dilyana recently graduated from Sofia University St. She has been awareded in a national essay competition under the patronage of His Majesty King Simeon II of the Bulgarians and was recently awarded a diploma in a national short story competition, “Atanas Lipchev”.British Embassy Sofia and local partners officially launched VSELENA Centre, the first Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) in Bulgaria.It is a multifunctional facility comprising of forensic medical rooms, rooms for counselling, and private areas for victims.Specially-trained staff help victims feel safe and help them in take informed decisions about what to do next.