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Outriders Meetup in Sofia: Cross-border Stories

Join a discussion about cross-border journalism and listen to three journalists sharing their work on international stories, organized by the Polish media project Outriders in partnership with the Asociation of European Journalists-Bulgaria.

Call for justice and accountability of state authorities on the anniversary...

The AEJ and other signatories of this appeal urge the Slovak authorities to immediately start examining state responsibility in the failure to prevent the assassination of Jan Kuciak

Freedom of expression in Bulgaria is endangered by the new amendments...

On the 23rd of January 2019, the Bulgarian Parliament adopted amendments to the Law for Protection of Personal Data in its effort to comply with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). However, some particular amendments raise serious concerns among journalists, artists, writers, bloggers and scientists. Which the Association of European Journalists-Bulgaria addressed back in May, when the Bulgarian Data Protection Committee and the Ministry of Interior first presented the new bill.

Combating fake news was among the focuses of the annual AEJ...

Irina Nedeva, the President of AEJ-Bulgaria, presented a special report on fake news during the International Conference of the Association of European Journalists, 29th November – 2nd of December 2018, held n the region of Aitoloakarnania, Greece. The conference brought together journalists from nearly all European media who exchanged views on the crucial issue of democracy in Europe. The Greek Mayor of Brussels honoured the conference showing the importance of co-operation in Europe.

A revolution in journalism is possible. All depends on us

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

The detention of journalists indicates the existence of concerning deficiencies in...

The case of the two detained journalists – Dimatar Stoyanov from the Bulgarian “Bivol” website and the Romanian Attila Biro from the “Rise Project” sheds light on some concerning deficiencies the Interior Ministry’s structure.

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.

European Efforts to Regulate Internet Intermediaries

Author: Bissera Zankova, Media 21 Foundation, Bulgaria Nowadays we are constantly witnessing how diverse Internet intermediaries are rapidly evolving to perform a variety of important...

Ahead of the meeting in Varna: Bulgarian Journalists sent Letters to...

The Association of European Journalists-Bulgaria (AEJ-Bulgaria) sent letters to journalists jailed in Turkey as a sign of solidarity with them. A huge number of...

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