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Kabul: relatives of rich given safe passage pretending to be journalists

Letter from hiding in Afghanistan from AJT JOURNOS LEFT TO ROT WHILE FRAUDULENT GIVEN SAFE PASSAGE Freedom of expression and media were restricted after the Taliban...

Pro-Russia journalists accuse Ukrainian president of cleansing dissonant voices

Cannes, October 22 by Mark Porter Ukrainian journalists linked to an oligarch friend of the Russian president Vladimir Putin have appealed to Europe’s top human rights...

Do people actually care about news?

London/ Vienna, October 20, 2021. by Edward Steen Reuters report - Yes they do Readers value media impartiality and like comment clearly signposted, according to research...

Media scandal forces Kurz to quit, again

Vienna, October 15, 2021 by Otmar Lahodynsky, former AEJ President "Poison for democracy and for rule of law" (published in DE in Wiener Zeitung) Reform of media funding...

Daphne’s memory four years on – webinar Oct 17

In cooperation with the AEJ, the Austrian-Greek association Hephaestus Wien – Österreichisch/Griechischer Integrationsverein -  invites you to a webinar on the topic of Violence...

Ukraine – social solidarity and culture on the Net

Kyiv or if you prefer Kiev, October 12, 2021 By Ivan Verstyuk Ukraine’s media market is a bit like Silicon Valley in the early days. A place...

Austrian Chancellor resigns – or does he?

Vienna, October 10, 2021 (updated 12/10) by Edward Steen, Secretary-General The tainted Austrian Wunderkind politician Sebastian Kurz, 35, resigned last night under massive pressure over corruption...

Does Nobel Prize for two journalists really help us? Yes.

London, October 2021 by William Horsley, AEJ Media Freedom representative The Norwegian Nobel Committee's award of the Peace Prize to Dmitry Muratov, editor of Novaya Gazeta...

Too much news….not enough independent newspapers

Vienna, October 9, 2021 from Edward Steen, Secretary-General The world has turned upside down, as I am not the first to notice. The news jungle has...

Putin’s Ukrainan nexus: Who’s Who? And what’s coming next…

Kiev, October 4, 2021 by Ivan Verstyuk Relations between Russia and Ukraine have never been easy. Since independence, Ukraine and its territory have been the focus...

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