Association of European Journalists (AEJ)
Association des journalistes européens (AJE)
Vereinigung Europäischer Journalisten
Associação de Jornalistas Europeus
Associazione dei Giornalisti Europei
Vereniging van Europese Journalisten
Sammenslutningen af Europaeiske Journalister
Cumann Scriobhnoiri Eorpach
1963-10-11 Brussels Belgium
Founded following conferences: Jun 1961, Ostend (Belgium), organized by E-XF0879 - Centre international de formation européenne (CIFE); May 1962, San Remo (Italy); Oct 1962, Cologne (Germany FR). Statutes most recently modified: 2005.
Participate actively in development of a European consciousness; promote deeper knowledge of European problems; facilitate members' access to sources of European information; promote professional journalism in member countries of the Council of Europe; promote freedom of the press in Europe.
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