AEJ INTERNATIONAL


AEJ condemns Ukrainian entry-ban for Austrian journalist

Austrian Radio and TV-correspondent Christian Wehrschütz was sanctioned by Ukrainian authorities with an entry ban on March 7th. The Ukrainian security service SBU explained the decision with an illegal entry of Wehrschütz into the Crimean peninsula as well with „anti-Ukrainian propaganda“. Wehrschütz disputed both claims – he reported about the opening of the new bridge […]

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Call for justice and accountability of state authorities on the anniversary of the murder of Jan Kuciak

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…. On behalf of the undersigned media freedom organisations, representing thousands of journalists and human rights activists across Europe, we urge the Slovak authorities to immediately start examining […]

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Joint press freedom report says Europe’s democracy in danger: way opens to more ‘assertive’ actions to curb anti-press violence and impunity

Joint press freedom report says Europe’s democracy ‘in danger’: way opens to more ‘assertive’ actions to curb anti-press violence and impunity Last Tuesday’s launch of a hard-hitting report by leading journalists’ and freedom of expression organisations on the decline of press freedom and democratic safeguards across Europe has fuelled a re-think of the tools and […]

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Members’ Newsletter November – 2018

Letter from AEJ President Otmar Lahodynsky AEJ Current Topics Events and dates of interest Dear friends and colleagues: Rough times for European integration and journalists covering it. Rough times also for media freedom menaced by populist leaders, strategically...

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