Association of European Journalists

Welcome to the Association of European Journalists Irish Section.

Find out more about work through our news section, contact us and become a member for upcoming events.

 

Brian Hayes speaks at AEJ lunch

Brian Hayes, CEO, Banking & Payments Federation Ireland today (Friday July 12) addressed the lunch of the Association of European Journalists at Buswell’s Hotel, Dublin. In his speech, extracts of which are included below, he addressed the issue of trust and...

Key debate on European Election

rhdroznoroznor Barry Andrews The growth in anti-European sentiment is not confined to the UK. Across member states, the democratic values and respect for human rights that are core to the EU are under attack from extremes of the right and left. What is at stake is the...

Lorna Reid Kennedy

Our colleague and great friend Lorna Reid has died, aged 68. She was a native of Tralee, Co Kerry, and passed away suddenly in St Vincent’s Hospital ICU,  Dublin , on Friday, (April 22)  with her husband, Ciarán Kennedy, by her side. She was...

Brexit: “Most Amateurish project Ever”

The trip was the latest in a series of briefing visits organised by the European Commission Representation in Ireland in conjunction with the European Parliament Information Office.

Minister McEntee:EU is bedrock of our economy

It remains the Government’s firm view that the only way to ensure an orderly withdrawal and to fully protect the Good Friday Agreement is to see the Withdrawal Agreement ratified.

Brexit and beyond: Oliver Mangan, Chief Economist, AIB

Address by Oliver Mangan, Chief Economist, AIB Friday 17 Nov, 2018, Buswells Hotel, Dublin. Given the considerable uncertainty over whether the UK parliament will approve the withdrawal agreement and with a range of outcomes now possible in relation to Brexit,...

Micheál Martin TD on Government, Brexit and next election

Speech of FF Leader, Micheál Martin TD. It is right to debate what we expect from government and to consider the Taoiseach’s strategy in relation to his government. What the confidence and supply agreement has provided the government with is the opportunity to tackle...

Report on Seminar on Press Freedom in Brussels

By Deaglán de Bréadún Three issues featured strongly in the Press Seminar organised by the Association of European Journalists which took place at the European Parliament in Brussels on June 26th and 27th , immediately prior to the latest EU Summit.  They were:...

Jean Monnet lecture series and visit to UCC

By Matthew O' Toole Do you remember where you were when you found out the UK had voted to leave the European Union? I was lying on a camp bed, temporarily installed in a meeting room in 10 Downing Street. I heard the voice of David Cameron, who would shortly resign as...

Attorney General outlines views on Judicial Bill

Transport Minister Shane Ross’s controversial bill to overhaul the appointment of judges is a “dog’s dinner” and needs significant work, if it is to be viable, Attorney General Seamus Woulfe has said. Mr Woulfe said the bill — which was the cause of a major row at the...

What’s going on in the AEJ

Brian Hayes speaks at AEJ lunch

Brian Hayes, CEO, Banking & Payments Federation Ireland today (Friday July 12) addressed the lunch of the Association of European Journalists at Buswell’s Hotel, Dublin. In his speech, extracts of which are included below, he addressed the issue of trust and...

Key debate on European Election

rhdroznoroznor Barry Andrews The growth in anti-European sentiment is not confined to the UK. Across member states, the democratic values and respect for human rights that are core to the EU are under attack from extremes of the right and left. What is at stake is the...

Lorna Reid Kennedy

Our colleague and great friend Lorna Reid has died, aged 68. She was a native of Tralee, Co Kerry, and passed away suddenly in St Vincent’s Hospital ICU,  Dublin , on Friday, (April 22)  with her husband, Ciarán Kennedy, by her side. She was...

Brexit: “Most Amateurish project Ever”

The trip was the latest in a series of briefing visits organised by the European Commission Representation in Ireland in conjunction with the European Parliament Information Office.

Minister McEntee:EU is bedrock of our economy

It remains the Government’s firm view that the only way to ensure an orderly withdrawal and to fully protect the Good Friday Agreement is to see the Withdrawal Agreement ratified.

Brexit and beyond: Oliver Mangan, Chief Economist, AIB

Address by Oliver Mangan, Chief Economist, AIB Friday 17 Nov, 2018, Buswells Hotel, Dublin. Given the considerable uncertainty over whether the UK parliament will approve the withdrawal agreement and with a range of outcomes now possible in relation to Brexit,...

Micheál Martin TD on Government, Brexit and next election

Speech of FF Leader, Micheál Martin TD. It is right to debate what we expect from government and to consider the Taoiseach’s strategy in relation to his government. What the confidence and supply agreement has provided the government with is the opportunity to tackle...

Report on Seminar on Press Freedom in Brussels

By Deaglán de Bréadún Three issues featured strongly in the Press Seminar organised by the Association of European Journalists which took place at the European Parliament in Brussels on June 26th and 27th , immediately prior to the latest EU Summit.  They were:...

Jean Monnet lecture series and visit to UCC

By Matthew O' Toole Do you remember where you were when you found out the UK had voted to leave the European Union? I was lying on a camp bed, temporarily installed in a meeting room in 10 Downing Street. I heard the voice of David Cameron, who would shortly resign as...

Membership

If you are interested in becoming a member of the AEJ, contact us.