The Association of European Journalists-Bulgaria (AEJ-Bulgaria) is a non-profit association. The organization was established in 2010 with the main goal to contribute to the improvement of the quality of journalism in Bulgaria. The positions, news and analyzes on current media topics that we publish on our website (http://www.aej-bulgaria.org) and social networks have their audience and are republished by numerous local and international media outlets. AEJ-Bulgaria organizes trainings and events for improving the professional qualification of journalists in Sofia and the country as well as for exchange of experience with foreign media experts and organizations.

    AEJ-Bulgaria is a member of the international Association of European Journalists (www.aej.org), which is represented in more than 20 European countries. AEJ is an independent organization, uniting journalists from all national sections. Its role is to support quality journalism in the context of European integration, as well to protect freedom of speech. The Association is an official Observer in the Council of Europe’s Media Steering Committee.


    The Bulgarian-American Commission for Educational Exchange (Bulgarian Fulbright Commission) was officially inaugurated on February 9, 1993, under a ten-year bilateral agreement between the Governments of the United States and the Republic of Bulgaria. On December 3, 2003, a new bilateral agreement was signed between the Governments of the United States and the Republic of Bulgaria establishing the Fulbright Commission in perpetuity. The Commission consists of ten members, five American citizens and five Bulgarian citizens. They represent the major areas of state and public activity: government, education, the arts, and business. The Ambassador of the United States to the Republic of Bulgaria and the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Bulgaria serve as honorary chairpersons of the Commission.

    The main function of the Commission directly derives from the goals of the Fulbright Program worldwide and consists in administering the exchange of Bulgarian and American scholars, students, teaching assistants and professionals and providing educational advising about opportunities for study in the U.S.

    America for Bulgaria Foundation

    America for Bulgaria Foundation (ABF) is an independent, non-partisan and non-political American philanthropic foundation. Founded in 2008, ABF is a successor to the Bulgarian- American Enterprise Fund, an investment fund created under the SEED Act of 1989 through the U.S. Agency for International Development.

    ABF assists in strengthening a vibrant market economy and the institutions of democratic society in Bulgaria, helping the country to realize its full potential as a successful, modern European nation. The philanthropic aid provided by ABF builds on the legacy of goodwill and friendship that exists between the American and Bulgarian people. For more information, please visit: www.us4bg.org.

    U.S. Embassy in Bulgaria

    The U.S. Embassy in Bulgaria is sponsoring the 2019 edition of the Media Bootcamp for high school students interested in journalism.


    Ciela is the leading Bulgarian publisher with more than 200 titles a year. Ciela started out 28 years ago as a small publishing house with a portfolio of legal literature but gradually we spread across genres. Working with some of the best publishers and literary agencies in the world, now we are home to a strong list of international award-winning and best selling authors. Ciela has made a name for ourselves over the years as a national leader in publishing by carefully and thoughtfully choosing our authors and by maintaining a close connection with Bulgarian readers.

    The Bulgarian NGOs Information Portal, known as the media of the non-profit sector, presents to the public the true diversity of the civic organizations, their needs, achievements and contribution to the development of Bulgaria. It offers a searchable database of over 13,900 Bulgarian NGOs and abundance of NGO related news and other materials.

    Solytron is the leading added value IT distributor in Bulgaria with over 27 years and has more than 50 world brands in its portfolio. Among them: Acer, Brother, Cisco, D-Link, Eaton, Fujitsu, Dell EMC, Epson, HP, HTC, Huawei, IBM, Lenovo, Lexmark, McAfee, Microsoft, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung, Sony, Unify, Xerox, Xiaomi. Solytron offers a full range of hardware and software needed to build any size and complexity of information and communication systems. The newest categories in the range of the distributor are smart home, hobby and sport.