Eur@dioNantes offers paid internship

Eur@dioNantes is currently looking for high-level bilingual (in french) students in political science, journalism or European studies who are interested in European issues and who would like to get a formative experience in the world of New European Media.





Top lawyers’ panel to launch an Investigative Task Force to speed up justice for killed and attacked journalists

The AEJ has formally endorsed an authoritative report launched on Wednesday by an independent High Level Legal Panel supporting the Global Media Freedom Coalition...

Podcast Festival Diary: Day Five (Final)

For most podcast creators, their shows are passion projects. A platform to share their voice and ideas with the world. But as programs grow...

Podcast Festival Diary: Day Four

By offering more people a platform to freely express themselves, podcasts have blurred cultural borders and created like-minded communities. The fourth day of Listen...
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Member of AEJ-Bulgaria is among the winners of Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence

Fellowship reports are disseminated widely in all local languages as well as in English and German, and published in a book which assembles the ten works that have been produced in the course of the fellowship year.

The European Parliament award for journalists has been announced

The European Parliament will award its Prize for Journalism in 2011 for the fourth time. It will be awarded to journalists who have covered major European issues or promoted a better understanding of the EU institutions and/or EU policies.
АЕЖ-България announces call for applications for its cross-border grant programme announces a new call for applications for its cross-border working grant programme. Journalists with good ideas for cross-border stories can apply for research grants until Monday 16 September 2013.


Hate speech case law: evolution in Europe, deadlock in Bulgaria

Racist, homophobic and xenophobic speech is not something new not only for Bulgarian politicians but for the media too.

Francesco Martino