Data Journalism Awards

Media companies, non-profit organisations, freelancers or individuals are all eligible. Submitted works must have been published between 11 April 2011 and 10 April 2012.

Reuters training program: Economic and Political Reporting from Southeast Europe

Applicants must be fluent in English and be full-time professional journalists who have been working for at least two years with a recognised publication, website, radio or television station. Applicants must have a portfolio that includes experience in economic journalism or must otherwise demonstrate a strong interest in economic and political issues.

Applications welcome for 2012 EU Journalism Training

Selected applicants will be invited to follow a week’s training in Berlin. (Organized in cooperation with EurActiv Germany and taking place in March 2012).

Bulgarian mass media's uncomfortable relationship with power

The Bulgarian information system shows serious and structural problems: lack of transparency on properties, centralisation of newspapers, economic and political pressure on journalists. In recent years the situation has been getting worse

Farmsubsidy.org under the wings of journalismfund.eu

In this new phase, the online database of payments under the common agricultural policy will continue to be available as a free service and new data will be collected and added to the database as it is disclosed. The project will continue to provide journalists with advice and support in their work on accessing, analysing and making sense of the data.

Reuters Journalism Trainee Program

Trainees will take part in several weeks of intensive classroom training then work on reporting teams in our regional newsrooms in London, New York and across Asia.

World Press Freedom Review 2011 of WAN-IFRA

44 journalists have been killed so far in 2011 and hundreds of media employees have been harassed, threatened or physically attacked. Impunity prevails in...

EC to establish Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom

The Centre will carry out four specific activities: theoretical and applied research (working paper series, policy studies, observatory on media pluralism), debates, education and training activities (academic seminars, summer school) and dissemination of results and outcomes.

Inequalities in the access to media discredited the electoral campaign in Bulgaria

The inequalities in the access to media experienced by different candidates and parties raise serious doubts on the fairness of the electoral campaign for...

Journalists give poor mark to press freedom in Bulgaria, according to an AEJ-Bulgaria poll

“Bad” is the assessment for the freedom of speech in Bulgaria according to the evaluation of journalists who took part in the AEJ -Bulgaria's...

Bulgaria according to “Media and Democracy” report

There is a rather widespread practice of indirectly subsidising the media in Bulgaria through state advertising; this is particularly true of money coming from...

EC to blame Turkey on media freedom

The European Commission in its annual enlargement report will tell Turkey to stop attacking investigative journalists and to back off on Cyprus gas exploration....

Immigration Journalism Fellowship

With the generous support of the Ford Foundation, the French-American Foundation is launching the Immigration Journalism Fellowship. This first of its kind Fellowship aims...

Free seminar: Quick-Hit Business Investigations

During a free Webinar on Dec. 6, Matt Apuzzo will offer ideas on how to conceive and execute quick-hit business investigations. Few news organizations...

The cancellation of a TV show due to the pressure of a private bank is the most...

Cutting a TV show from broadcast by the national private TV channel Nova TV is the most serious violation concerning freedom of speech inBulgariafor...

Reporting Grant from United Press International

Broadcast students, photojournalists, radio reports, online text writers – everyone who is studying journalism is encouraged to apply.

AEJ-Bulgaria express deep sorrow about the death of our Italian colleague Marcello Palumbo

Marcello Palumbo, founder of AEJ, died on Saturday 10 September in Rome. He was 91 and still active in the association, not only in his Italian section but also in the international AEJ.

Journalist in urgent need of lifesaving operation

The Bulgarian journalist from the Bulgarian national radio Viktor Angelov needs an urgent lifesaving opration, reported BTV. After an examination 10 days ago Viktor was...

Journalism prize "Writing for Central Europe"

The prize is aimed at encouraging European integration. Awards come into question for those contributions which help overcome borders and prejudices, deal with the future of Central Europe or the Europe of the regions, or minority issues or dialogue with neighbours.

The media and the police – taking the side of the victim or taking the side of...

The Association of European Journalists-Bulgaria strongly opposes the way some Bulgarian media reported on the brutal murder of Jana Krasteva, a 28-year-old  woman, who...