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    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.

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    The Association of European Journalists – Bulgaria launches a media literacy project

    The Association of European Journalists - Bulgaria in partnership with the Bulgarian-American Fulbright Exchange Commission launches a media literacy program, which includes up to 30 high schools across Bulgaria. Media Literacy in the Classroom initiative aims to improve students' skills to critically assess and interpret news and information they consume. Journalistic clubs and online school media will also be set up in order to supply stories for a national online platform. The program will provide media literacy classes to a wider group of students who are not involved in the journalistic clubs.

    UNICEF and Association of European Journalists join forces in the important mission for ethical reporting of children in media

    An international conference gathered in Sofia leading journalists and experts who presented the first ever Bulgarian Guidebook on ethical reporting of children in media

    Being a Journalist: The State of the Profession

    Prepared jointly by the Association of European Journalists – Bulgaria (AEJ-Bulgaria) and the Media Democracy Foundation, “Being a Journalist: The State of the Profession” is the first report analyzing the journalistic profession in Bulgaria with the help of media anthropology. The data was collected in February – July 2017 through interviews with 30 journalists coming from different parts of the country and representing all types of media who shared their diverse work experience.