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Award for outstanding merits in investigative journalism is open

The Central European Initiative (CEI) and the South East Europe Media Organisation (SEEMO), in special partnership with the Media Program South East Europe of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS), have opened the Call for Applications 2015 of the CEI SEEMO Award for Outstanding Merits in Investigative Journalism.

Professional conference in Oxford calls for papers

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford is seeking abstracts of papers for presentation at its conference, "Negotiating Culture: integrating legacy and digital cultures in news media." The event will take place Oct. 28 to 30 in Oxford, England.

Paid internship at radio Euradionantes

Euradionantes in Nantes, France, is looking for interns for the period of six months. The media focuses on European news and information, in order to make European politics relevant on a local scale and to contribute to the awareness of Europe.

Intensive, summer journalism course in Prague

University students in journalism, communications or related fields who are citizens of Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine and the United States can participate in the Journey Program.

Fellowship for journalists covering science, technology, environment or medicine

Journalists covering science, technology, the environment or medicine can apply for the Knight Science Journalism Fellowships hosted at MIT and Harvard.

The Journalism Ethics Commission restarts its work

Twelve new members of the National Journalism Ethics Commission will start working in January. Among them is Iliya Valkov, journalist from “Darik” radio, member...

Paid internship for students offered by Associated Press

The Associated Press offers its Global News Internship Program - a 12-week paid, individually tailored training program for students who are aspiring cross-format journalists.

A plea to the state authorities to support the responsible and...

It is necessary for the state to sustain a distinct state policy of no-compromise and refusal of support of media that are explicably violating ethical standards, the national legislation or common European values.

Hate Speech – the Slang of Populism

Predictably, the European elections on May 25th gave yet another illustration of “hate speech” firmly establishing itself as a communication tool. Even citizen initiatives, like the promotion of electoral activity, fell prey to this trend.

A necessary upgrade and restart of the media self-regulation process in...

In recent years, Bulgaria is constantly losing ground in the rankings for freedom of speech drawn up by reputable international organizations. This negative trend is evidence of an acute problem with the media environment in the country. One of the essential characteristics of this environment is the lack of uniform rules applicable to all media. This deficit has an adverse impact on public attitudes towards the media and towards journalists as a whole - public credibility of the media is not especially high.