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The government should not turn a blind eye to the EU’s...

The European Commission (EC) has placed a special focus on the the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) report concerning the state of the media environment in Bulgaria.

Fake News and Disinformation Target Democratic Freedoms

The Association of European Journalists (AEJ) has prepared a position on countering the “fake news” phenomenon. This document is a result of a consultation with...

European Commissioner Mariya Gabriel: Fake news stifle the media and society

Although they are neither illegal nor new, fake news is today spreading at a disturbing pace and may eventually threaten the well-being of the...

Seminar on long-term unemployment is held in Brussels

The European Journalism Centre in co-operation with the European Commission's DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, invites a group of journalists from the EU28 for an exclusive press event with Commissioner Thyssen to discuss the views and insights of this new initiative. This high-level event will take place in Brussels on 7 September 2015. On September 8, the European Commission will present a package of measures to further support the integration in the labour market of the long-term unemployed.

A press trip to the Philippines

European Journalism Centre and the Directorate-General for Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection (DG ECHO) of the European Commission, the invites ten EU28 journalists to join a press trip on 9-12 February 2015 in the Philippines.

Press visit to Haiti – five years after the earthquake

The European Journalism Centre, in cooperation with DG Development and Cooperation - EuropeAid of the European Commission, invites 12 EU journalists to travel to Haiti on a three-day press visit to explore the enhanced cooperation between the EU and the Caribbean country.

European Journalism – trainings, traineeships, opportunities for development

AEJ – Bulgaria starts series of publications with useful information and opportunities for training and development of journalists in various spheres. We encourage you to take a look at various traineeships, programmes, grants and scholarships, appropriate for journalists, who cover the European topics.

The Problems of Bulgarian Media Are Already a European Problem

Bulgaria has a problem with transparency of media ownership and financing. The society does not know who (really) owns the media, or how are they financed even when it comes to public funds - either Bulgarian or European.

AEJ-Bulgaria demands further commitment to media freedom in Bulgaria from Commissioner...

Commissioner Kroes met Bulgarian publishers and journalists as a part of her official visit in Bulgaria, after she officially declared Media freedom in Bulgaria as her personal concern at a public hearing the the EP in the beginning of June.

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...