"Across Europe, the AEJ brings together

individual journalists through their membership of national sections. As an independent and self-funding association we promote critical journalism in the European integration process; and defend the freedom of information and freedom of the press in Europe. The AEJ offers journalists the chance to be part of our professional and social network."

Focus on Media Freedom

The AEJ is an official Observer in the Council of Europe's Media Steering Committee.

The AEJís Media Freedom Representative, William Horsley, with other media and NGO organisations, has called on Member States to fulfil their 2009 pledge to ensure that national anti-terrorism laws are not misused to block legitimate freedom of expression.

The AEJ welcomes the focus on media freedom in the Decision by Ministersí Deputies, but questions the failure to adopt more far-reaching measures to counter attacks on journalistsí lives and work.

» Full report on the AEJ-EP Seminar on Media Freedom in the EU
» AEJ Media Freedom Representative: Proposals for EU Action
» Council of Europe 2012 Decision on Media Freedom
» AEJ finds media freedom crumbling across eastern Europe

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» AEJ MF Surveys and Reports
» AEJ & the Council of Europe
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AEJ condemns the killing of journalist Oles Buzyna in Kiev and calls for swift, impartial investigations

The Association of European Journalists is appalled by the contract-style murder of Oles Buzyna, a former editor of the pro-Russian newspaper Segodnya, on 16 April outside his home in Kiev. We call on the Ukrainian authorities to conduct swift, impartial and effective investigations into the killing of Buzyna and of other journalists whose deaths in Ukraine have not been properly investigated or resolved.

AEJ voices grave concern about on-air verbal abuse against journalists in Romania

The Association of European Journalists has expressed its grave concern about gratuitous verbal abuse and mockery directed against Romanian journalists Stelian Negrea and his wife, Eli Roman, by employees of the Antena 3 TV channel.

AEJ welcomes launch of Council of Europe Internet platform to protect journalism and journalistsí safety

The platform is an early warning and enhanced response mechanism based on verified reports from five partner organisations: the IFJ/EFJ, Reporters Without Borders, Article 19 and the AEJ.

The EU must do more to protect press freedom at home and abroad

European Union leaders accept that media freedom and pluralism is essential for the Unionís international credibility and are out-sourcing several activities in this area. But they have allowed the self-interests of member states to dictate their lack of determined action.

Council of Europe parliamentarians demand press freedom protections and renew diplomatic sanctions on Russia

Two years of work by European parliamentarians on the Protection of Media Freedom in Europe have culminated in a new resolution by the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), adopted on 29 January.

A media strategy for the EU: proposals by media professionals to safeguard the future of independent media


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