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The Association of European Journalists
The International Association of European Journalists (AEJ) in Belgium is an independent non-profit vzw/asbl under Belgian law. The association’s overall aim and mission is to promote critical journalism in the European integration process, to defend media freedom in Europe and to promote cross-border journalism.
The AEJ brings together professional journalists, mostly correspondents who report on the EU and its institutions on a daily basis. Our broad press membership has a keen, general interest in Europe and includes also freelance contributors to television and radio, national, regional and specialist newspapers, periodicals, websites, blogs and other new media, as well as university and college students and scholars in the field of journalism and media innovation.
The AEJ in Belgium also brings together media experts and professionals, academics, public relations and communication professionals, civil society advocates, political and business leaders with the aim to enrich the dialogue on media matters, and facilitate the growth of the profession, in a very troubling time for the industry and the profession.
Latest news from AEJ International
The Association of European Journalists warmly welcomes the appointment of Harlem Désir, a former French minister for European Affairs and president of SOS Racisme, as the OSCE’s new Representative on Media Freedom. The decision was taken by consensus by the OSCE’s...
AEJ French Section protests after Polish state TV pressures Brussels-based journalist over critical question
The French Section of the AEJ has vigorously protested against attempts by Polish state TV to pressure Dorota Bawolek, Brussels correspondent of the independent Polsat TV channel, over her questioning of the latest moves by the Polish government to take political...
On the first anniversary of the murder of journalist Pavel Sheremet, Index on Censorship joined Article 19, Association of European Journalists, Committee to Protect Journalists, European Federation of Journalists, International Federation of Journalists,...
In 1993 the United Nations General Assembly declared May 3rd to be World Press Freedom Day to raise awareness of the importance of freedom of the press and remind governments of their duty to respect and uphold the right to freedom of expression enshrined under...
By Shams Ul Din, Ike Picone & Kevin Smets (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) Republished from New Europe. Recently, the world seems to be experiencing a surge in global fake news. The intense discussions about fake news in the past months may have resulted in an...
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