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.

Parliament Without Journalists Is Not a National Assembly but a Party Headquarters

The Association of European Journalists – Bulgaria (AEJ-Bulgaria) calls on the management of the National Assembly to provide proper working conditions for media representatives. On...

AEJ-Bulgaria Condemns Police Violence Against Bulgarian Journalist 

The Association of European Journalists in Bulgaria condemns attack by police on a Bulgarian journalist covering the anti-government protests on Wednesday in Sofia. Dimiter Kenarov,...

AEJ-Bulgaria Condemns Attack on Journalist

To Mr. Donald Tusk President of the European People’s Party   To Mr. Boyko Borissov Prime Minister of Bulgaria President of Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (GERB)   To Mr....

AEJ protests against the ruination of Hungary’s Index news portal

The international Association of European Journalists issues this joint statement with the Board of the AEJ Hungarian Section: The AEJ and its national section in...

AEJ expresses urgent concerns about threat of prison term against Bulgarian media owner for voicing ‘opinions

The international Association of European Journalists is urgently concerned about the questionable conduct of legal proceedings in a court case against Bulgarian media owner...

AEJ’s Boryana Dzambazova is Part of Team that Won the Pulitzer Prize in International Reporting  

Boryana Dzambazova, a member of the management board of the Association of European Journalists – Bulgaria, is part of the team behind the New...

Journalism Without Masks: AEJ Launches its Fifth Survey on Freedom of Speech

What is the perception of freedom of expression among Bulgarian journalists? Are there any new forms of pressure in the media? What are the...

Statement on the Charges Against the Chairwoman of the Bulgarian Pharmaceutical Union

Bringing charges against experts for opinions they have expressed is a form of obscurantism that goes directly against Bulgaria’s European Union (EU) membership because...

Criticizing Anti-Pandemic Measures and Policies Cannot Be a Ground for Prosecution

The Association of European Journalists – Bulgaria (AEJ-Bulgaria) follows with anxiety the authorities’ attempts to seek responsibility from citizens who have expressed critical opinions...

A new bill could open the door to censorship on all websites in Bulgaria

During the state of emergency, followed by the Coronavirus crisis, Members of Bulgarian parliament from VMRO introduced a new bill suggesting amendments regarding the...

Brutal Assault on Bulgarian Journalist Slavi Angelov: Perpetrators Must be Identified and Punished

The Association of European Journalists – Bulgaria condemns the brutal assault on Slavi Angelov, an investigative journalist and Editor-in-Chief of 168 chasa weekly. He...

AEJ accuses UK government of hypocrisy over restrictive policies on media access

The Association of European Journalists calls on the UK government headed by prime minister Boris Johnson to end at once its restrictive and partisan...

AEJ Statement on the draft media law proposed by the Albanian government

The Association of European Journalists’ Albanian section expresses its urgent concern that the proposed new law on online media registration is a “direct attack”...

International conference on freedom of the press in Europe

Paris, 6 December 2019 The Association of European Journalists (AEJ) organises an International conference on freedom of the press Europe on 6 December, in Paris, on...

CALL FOR RESPECT FOR PRESS FREEDOM AND JOURNALISTIC INDEPENDENCE IN EUROPE

  Paris, 6 December 2019 Association of European Journalists Reporters Without Borders European Federation of Journalists European Centre for Press and Media Freedom South East Europe Media Organisation Meeting in Paris,...

AEJ-Bulgaria Calls for International Probe of Alleged Pressure on the Public Radio Broadcaster

AEJ-Bulgaria has organized a protest action on Thursday, aimed at defending the freedom of expression of the journalists, working in the public radio broadcaster,...

Council of Europe: Suspension of Bulgarian National Radio Broadcasts Points to Vulnerability of Editorial Independence

Management at Bulgarian National Radio (BNR) switched off the station’s transmitters for five hours on the morning of 13 September 2019 after journalists at...

Bulgarian journalists unite around a cause called #NoPornJournalism

Bulgarian journalists unite against the practice in their country for politicians in power to take matters into their own hands and quarrel with public...

How Poland’s public service TV was turned into a government mouthpiece

Detailed monitoring of the news output on Polish public service television (TVP) during nationwide local and European elections has revealed how it has been made into a propaganda mouthpiece by the current government. AEJ Poland’s Krzysztof Bobinski relates the main steps by which the Law and Justice (PiS) Party-led government has engineered the effective capture of TVP.

Media Capture in Italy by violence and intimidation: the proof

by Alberto Spampinato Over the past ten years Ossigeno per l’Informazione (Oxygen for Information) has documented several thousand threats and incidents of intimidation suffered by...