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AEJ expresses urgent concerns about threat of prison term against...

The international Association of European Journalists is urgently concerned about the questionable conduct of legal proceedings in a court case against Bulgarian media owner...

Journalism Without Masks: AEJ Launches its Fifth Survey on Freedom of...

What is the perception of freedom of expression among Bulgarian journalists? Are there any new forms of pressure in the media? What are the...

Statement on the Charges Against the Chairwoman of the Bulgarian Pharmaceutical...

Bringing charges against experts for opinions they have expressed is a form of obscurantism that goes directly against Bulgaria’s European Union (EU) membership because...

Criticizing Anti-Pandemic Measures and Policies Cannot Be a Ground for Prosecution

The Association of European Journalists – Bulgaria (AEJ-Bulgaria) follows with anxiety the authorities’ attempts to seek responsibility from citizens who have expressed critical opinions...

Brutal Assault on Bulgarian Journalist Slavi Angelov: Perpetrators Must be Identified...

The Association of European Journalists – Bulgaria condemns the brutal assault on Slavi Angelov, an investigative journalist and Editor-in-Chief of 168 chasa weekly. He...

Training for journalists and students by Google News Lab

The Association of European Journalists-Bulgaria (AEЙ-Bulgaria) organizes training on "Fact checking & News verification" together with the Google News Lab. The training will be held on 5th of March (Tuesday) in the hall of the French Institute in Bulgaria (3, “Petko R. Slaveikov” Square), Sofia. Special guest and trainer will be Marek Miller, a Google News Lab representative for Central and Eastern Europe.

A revolution in journalism is possible. All depends on us

The AEJ-Bulgaria Conference gathered leading media innovators from the region.

A TV Host is Murdered in Ruse

The Association of European Journalists - Bulgaria is shocked by the news of the murder of Victoria Marinova, administrative director and TV host in...

Controversial Media Ownership Amendments have been adopted by the Bulgarian Parliament

On July 4th, Bulgarian parliament adopted, on the first reading, some general amendments regarding media ownership with 92 votes in favour, 12 against and 28 abstentions. In February, the bill was submitted to parliament by four MPs from the Movement of Rights and Freedoms (MRF), among which was Delyan Peevski, media mogul, owner of several key medias in Bulgaria and numerous businesses.

Journalists should not pay the high price of free speech on...

On May 3, we mark the World Press Freedom Day. This occasion offers a good opportunity for us to consider the high price media processionals continue to pay.

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