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‘They Blew Her Up’ is coming to Brussels in May

A play about the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia is to be performed in Brussels in May 2022, with support from the Association of European Journalists. Find more information in the links below, available in English, French and Dutch. Buy your tickets at the link...

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War and Media: the shift in Ukraine

The Russian aggression shows that peace in Europe is a fragile constellation, in danger of completely collapsing. Ukrainian President Zelensky hammers on the fact that his country is fighting for all of Europe and is requesting EU membership as a concrete sign of...

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#FreeAndreiAndIrina

Andrei Aliaksandrau, jailed Belarus journalist and longtime associate of the AEJ, and his partner, Irina Zlobina, are being held incommunicado in a Belarusian prison. Join us and sign the petition for their immediate release.

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2021 press freedom situation in Turkey

More than 200 journalists and media workers have been imprisoned in Turkey in the past five years.  A total of 48 journalists spent at least one day in police custody in 2020. 90% of Turkish media outlets are nowadays controlled by pro-government businessmen,...

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Internship report – Maya Szaniecki

My time at AEJ Belgium has been invaluable and has given me unique experiences. I have really enjoyed working on various tasks for the organisation and feel like I have gained skills I didn’t have before. This includes better writing, editing and interviewing skills,...

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Nouvelle émission LN24 Club Europe

L’émission Club Europe de LN24 du 9 décembre a touché les sujets de la crise sanitaire qui continue, de la future alliance entre le nouveau chancelier allemand et le prochain président français, de la « guerre froide » actuelle entre les États-Unis et la...

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