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  • September 23, 2012 UNESCO’s Freedom of Expression chief invites “media participation” to end killings and impunity UNESCO’s Freedom of Expression chief invites “media participation” to end killings and impunity

    UNESCO’s director in charge of freedom of expression, Guy Berger, made a landmark speech to the World Editors Forum in Kiev this month. His triple request to the world’s media to combat violence against journalists and impunity was this: monitor, participate and report fully on attempts to silence the media by violence or threats.   


  • September 20, 2012 Ukraine warned against passing defamation bill Ukraine warned against passing defamation bill

    MARIA DANILOVA, KIEV, Ukraine — An international media watchdog urged Ukrainian lawmakers on Wednesday to reject a bill that would make defamation a crime, saying it could "threaten the very existence of independent journalism." 


  • August 3, 2012 Interior Ministry: Suspected murderer of journalist Klymentyev put on international wanted list Interior Ministry: Suspected murderer of journalist Klymentyev put on international wanted list

    A suspect in murder of the editor-in-chief of the Kharkiv-based New Style newspaper Vasyl Klymentyev - a former employee of a special unit of Kharkiv police has been put on the international wanted list, the Interior Ministry of Ukraine said.. 


  • May 1, 2012 Freedom of the Press 2012: Ukraine № 130 Freedom of the Press 2012: Ukraine № 130

    Washington

    The Middle East and North Africa saw dramatic if precarious gains in press freedom in 2011, and for the first time in eight years, global media freedom did not experience an overall decline, according to a Freedom House report released today. However, due to downgrades in some previously free countries, the percentage of the world’s population living in societies with a fully free press has fallen to its lowest level in over a decade.
     


  • January 4, 2012 New Year’s Message from the President New Year’s Message from the President

    Dear Colleagues and Friends,

    I hope you all enjoyed a happy and peaceful Christmas – thank you to all those who sent good wishes and let me now take the opportunity  to wish all members of the AEJ a Happy and Prosperous New Year.


  • December 20, 2011 A Statement of AEJ on results of the Ukraine - EU summit A Statement of AEJ on results of the Ukraine - EU summit

    The Ukrainian Section to Association of European Journalists (AEJ-Ukraine) greets final negotiations on the Ukraine – EU Agreement, as the Ukraine and EU leaders informed on the joint statement, on December 19, 2011 in Kyiv. 


  • November 25, 2011 AEJ Newsletter 03/2011

     AEJ Newsletter – 03/2011 ::

     http://www.aej.org/page.asp?p_id=302

  • October 28, 2011 OPEN LETTER ON THE STATE OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN UKRAINE AND THE EUROPEAN UNION

     

    Mr. Herman van Rompuy, President of the European Council
    Mr. José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission
    Mr. Jerzy Buzek , President of the European Parliament 
    Mrs. Cathrine Ashton, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
    Mr. Miroslav Lajčák, European External Action Service Managing Director for Europe and Central Asia

     

    OPEN LETTER ON THE STATE OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN UKRAINE AND THE EUROPEAN UNION 

  • September 21, 2011 'Jewish al-Jazeera' going on the air Jewish al-Jazeera going on the air

     World's first pro-Israel international news network, Jewish News 1, to begin broadcasts Wednesday, offering 'everything that interests Jews' in eight different languages.


  • September 12, 2011 Euronews: way of errors

    Otar Dovzhenko for Telekrytyka

    There can be no censorship or manipulations in Ukrainian Euronews? It’s rather doubtful.

    Thelaunch of Ukrainian Euronews wasmarked by ascandal: highlighting the opposition protest actions on the Independence Day, the channel understated the number of participants and generally gave rather selective image of the events. Oppositional Yulia Tymoshenko’s Bloc appealed to the founders of the channel asking to prevent pro-government popularization. The head of Ukrainian officeFidel Pavlenko denied the charges of being politically committed and told that “hundreds” of participants instead of “thousands” of them appeared in the news due to some unpleasant mistake.  

 


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