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Can the situation of the freedom of speech in Bulgaria be...

The illegal economic and political pressure on journalists has acquired epidemic proportions, and trading in influence has become a major business for many media,...

Results from the Bulgarian research part of the project “Young people...

Most of the young people in Bulgaria are interested in topics connected to politics, business, education and carrier development and prefer this information to...

Oppressor or sponsor? Governments strengthen their influence on the media in...

Due to the continuously shrinking private advertising market, the state governments in Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzogovina and the Republic of Macedonia have turned into...

Bulgarian journalists protest against violation of press freedom by the state...

More than 100 Bulgarian journalists and citizens gathered on Monday in front of the Palace of Justice in Sofia to protest against the violation of freedom of speech by the state prosecution.

Bulgarian society has been deprived of the opportunity to be informed...

The Association of European Journalists-Bulgaria (AEJ-Bulgaria) is concerned that the Bulgarian society has been deprived of the opportunity to be objectively informed in order to take its decision on the upcoming national referendum on the development of nuclear energy.

AEJ – Bulgaria has a runner-up award Human of the Year...

The Association of European Journalists - Bulgaria (AEJ - Bulgaria) took a runner-up award Human of the Year 2012 of the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee (BHC) on Monday. The award is dedicated to outstanding contribution to human rights and was presented on Human Rights Day, December 10, during a ceremony in Sofia.

AEJ-Bulgaria approaches the prosecutor’s office with a hate speech case

The Association of European Journalists – Bulgaria (AEJ) calls for the Sofia regional prosecutor’s office to investigate a case of racist and hate speech in a...

German Ambassador in Sofia protests against censorship in a local newspaper

The parts which were removed include one in which he says that the concentration of ownership of media companies into the hands of several persons only is very problematic. He also expressed concern about the transparency of media ownership, autocensorship of journalists, covert advertisement and paid articles.

AEJ-Bulgaria meets commissioner Neelie Kroes

The Association of European Journalists-Bulgaria has been invited to attend a meeting with Vice-President of the European Commission, Ms Neelie Kroes on Thursday, September...

AEJ-Bulgaria is concerned about a case of pressure applied on a...

AEJ insists that the public authorities investigate the case of Mr. Spassov because we are convinced that regardless of the fact that the message he received does no contain explicit threat, it is a clear attempt of intimidating a journalist and forcing him to stay silent.

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