To be eligible, articles must have been published in print or online media in the EU between 18 September 2010 and 10 November 2011. All entries must also be submitted online via the EU Journalist Award 2011 website.
The IHS Journalism Internship Program places talented writers and communicators—who support individual liberty, free markets, and peace—at media companies and non-profit investigative newsrooms. The internships with...
Any professional journalist or team of journalists of any nationality is eligible to submit an individual investigative piece of work, or single-subject series, on a transnational topic of world significance.
The ‘Journalism in the Digital World’ programme is aimed at professional journalists from countries where there is a shortage of continued training of this kind. Applicants will have demonstrated their journalistic talent as a member of an editorial team or as a freelance.
Almost 40 journalists, students and NGO representatives attended the seminar and most of them evaluated it as very useful for their work. AEJ-Bulgaria thanks all the participants for their interest and hope the information will be of use for their future investigations!
Submitted works should tackle intercultural issues between and within Euro-Mediterranean societies, ranging from minorities, migration, integration and identity to religion and cultural traditions.
The EU should guarantee better protection for journalists reporting on armed conflicts, stated the MEPs from the Human Rights Sub-Committee on Monday. They discussed the...
The Association of Bulgarian Journalists (AEJ)-Bulgaria invites journalists and students in journalism to participate in a training on practical skills for access to information....
The Prize will reward journalists who have contributed in a significant way to help citizens understand health issues, and through their work reflect patients' and health workers' expectations and thoughts. There will be a special prize for articles on "smoking cessation".
Four categories are open to contestants between the ages of 18 and 30: photography, video, radio and print journalism. Winners will be invited to Strasbourg to receive their cash prize of €1000 at a ceremony during the June 2010 session of the Parliamentary Assembly.
Entrants must be aged between 18 and 30. The deadline for submission is 15 May 2011. Winners of the competition will be announced on 20 May 2011. The length of each entry may not exceed 7000 characters or if it is audio or video material not more than 5 mins duration.
Atanas Georgiev is partner in Public Services Ltd. and managing editor of Publics.bg – the Bulgarian online professional media for development of public services. Atanas follows the public services sectors in Bulgaria and the EU with a specific accent on energy markets and regulation.
My name is Hristo Laskov and I've been working as an IT and telecommunications journalist for the past 6 years. During this time my publications have appeared in different Bulgarian newspapers and magazines and I have also worked as a TV host for while. You can find links to some of my publications at http://bg.linkedin.com/in/hlaskov, where my full resume is also available.