Journalists' Profiles

Let’s work together - AEJ Bulgaria promotes professional contacts across Europe. The idea is to build up a database with profiles of journalists which will be categorized by the area of their expertise and working languages.

Farewell to a year like no other

A year like none other. There is hardly a better way to explain 2020 - a year of sharp changes, uncertainty, insecurity and a...

AEJ Albania condemns the arrest of journalist Qamil Xhani by the police

The Association of European Journalists, the Albanian section, strongly condemns with the utmost severity the arrest for several hours of the editor-in-chief and vice-president...

Open letter to Manfred Weber, Chairperson of the EPP Group in the European Parliament

Dear Mr. Weber, We would like to express our deepest concerns and kindly draw your attention towards the intolerable behavior of the Bulgarian MEP from...

The Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation launching a new call for Bulgarian project proposals

In response to the challenges posed on Bulgarian society and media landscape, the Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation (BST) is launching a new...

Press Freedom Conference: Journalism has seen radical changes in recent months

Journalists, social advocates, academics and various other experts from around the globe discussed crucial challenges faced by the news media industry at this year’s World Press Freedom Conference.

The EU steps up fight against disinformation and attacks on journalists

Otmar Lahodynsky on the new "Democracy Action Plan" of EU Commission. On Dec. 3rd Vice-President Vera Jourova announced to fight disinformation and attacks on...

The Correspondent: One Year of Unbreaking the News

In conversation with Irene Caselli and Nabeelah Shabbir The Correspondent is an ad-free, member-funded journalism platform that wants to “unbreak news”. How do they cover...

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

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...

Podcast Festival Diary: Day Тhree

Not long ago, investigative journalism was mostly seen as a solitary pursuit. For most journalists, sharing your findings with a colleague was not a...

Podcast Festival Diary: Day two

While covering the U.S. Secretary of State’s visit to East Africa, NPR journalist Gregory Warner witnessed a remarkable case of cultural misunderstanding. Shortly after...

Podcast Festival Diary: Day one

Radio is an intimate experience. Podcasting enables us to reach and impact audiences like never before. On the first day of Listen Up, Bulgaria’s...

Council of Europe Journalists’ Platform organisations’ statement of concern for safety of journalists in Nagorno Karabakh

Statement of urgent concern by partner organisations of the Council of Europe Platform concerning the risks to physical safety and undue restrictions faced by...

Three years after her assassination still no justice for Daphne Caruana Galizia

On 16 October 2017 journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was assassinated in Malta. Today the AEJ adds our voice to those of international free expression,...

China and Russia: The New Saviours

By Joanna Elmy Pro-Russian and pro-Chinese sources are leading “coordinated campaigns” aiming to erode trust in European institutions, the European Union, EU, and the bloc’s...

A Fifth-Generation Conspiracy: Social Media Turned 5G Into an Invisible Threat

By Peter Georgiev In mid-May, a video with a provocative message caused yet another whirlwind on social media. This one-minute recording showed a man in...

European fundamental values at risk

Във всички страни от ЕС основни ценности като свободата на мнението и върховенството на закона трябва да бъдат по-добре защитени. Трябва да стане ясно, че шериатът не може да приведен в съответствие с европейския правен ред.

Under Pressure: Media in Central and Eastern Europe

The Association of European Journalists in Bulgaria would like to start a conversation about the assault on media freedom in this post-communist corner of Europe — a problem that is usually ignored until it’s too late — and look for potential solutions.

Journalism without masks: Political Pressure on Media on the Rise

The Association of European Journalists in Bulgaria (AEJ-Bulgaria) presented on Friday the fifth consecutive study on media freedom in Bulgaria. Stagnation is a fitting description...