Welcome To The AEJ Irish Section

Welcome to the home of the Association of European Journalists Irish Section on the web

The AEJ is an Independent Association

We are for journalists, writers and specialists in European affairs. We host guest speakers, organise seminars and special events.

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We are proud to bring together some of the finest minds in journalism and media

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We host great events with respected and distinguished speakers

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Our seminars and events inform debate and provide unrivalled networking opportunities for our members and guests

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Osce Representative on freedom of the media

We, the undersigned, major journalists’ and freedom of expression organisations, are writing to urge the Permanent Council of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe to ensure continuity of the Office of OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media at...

Minister Shane Ross on challenge facing independents

The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross TD, was guest speaker at our lunch in Buswells Hotel, Dublin, where he covered a wide range of topics, including the challenge facing Independents in forming a Government and sustaining an administration....

Minister Shane Ross TD – opening speaker of 2017

The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross TD, will be our guest speaker at the opening lunch of 2017 which takes place on Monday, 30th January, 2017, at Buswells Hotel, Dublin, 12.45pm sharp. The lunch costs €30 and please note that, in addition,...

Brexit is defining political challenge: Phil Hogan

    Speech by EU Agriculture and Rural Development Commissioner, Phil Hogan at Christmas lunch, Hilton Hotel, Dublin. I'd like to share a few thoughts on the current political landscape in Europe. Let me first say a few words on Brexit, which is the defining...

Brexit must not distract EU from core values

By Mairead McGuinness MEP, Vice President of the European Parliament. Address to the 2016 AEJ Congress, Kilkenny. The EU needs to be careful that Brexit does not become the tail that wags the dog and results in the EU 27 losing focus on the major challenges and...

Brexit centre stage at AEJ Congress

The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Charles Flanagan TD, is to give the keynote address on the potential impact of Brexit at a major conference which begins in Kilkenny tomorrow Friday (4th November) which will be attended by journalists from across Europe. Minister...

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