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Working with data and doing transborder investigations: tips and trends

How journalists from different parts of Europe and the world can connect online and work together on large-scale investigations with impact far beyond their countries' borders?

How to unleash your coverage of the environment – opportunities for...

In the article you will find information on courses, journalist networks, grants and advice suitable for journalists and photographers, covering the environment.

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.

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.

Grants are provided for media legal protection NGOs

The Media Legal Defence Initiative (MLDI) is accepting proposals from organisations across the world who seek funding for legal assistance or litigation activities that safeguard or advance media freedom.

Bulgarian Media in 2011: Substantial Investigations and Pseudo journalism

The Association of European journalists – Bulgaria prepared a rating of the best and the worst in the Bulgarian journalism in 2011.

Justice is the topic of the Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence...

Experienced journalists across the Balkans are invited to apply for the fifth annual Balkan Fellowship for Journalistic Excellence programme. This year’s topic is justice. This is a Robert Bosch Stiftung and ERSTE Foundation initiative in cooperation with the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, BIRN.