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euinside is an online media focused on EU affairs, the Western Balkans, global politics and the place of Bulgaria and the Balkans on the global scene.
euinside is the only media in Bulgaria that not only reports on EU and global events but offers original and independent journalistic analysis of the processes behind.
The mission of euinside is to convey to its readers a comprehensive range of European and world topics, actions, policies and strategies and to contribute to the transparency and to the informed public debate on key issues.
еuinside is published in Bulgarian and English to enable readers from throughout the world to acquaint themselves with the current EU affairs and with the major events in Bulgaria and on the Balkans. With the enlargement process of the Western Balkans gaining momentum, euinside has opened an office in Zagreb to follow more closely the accession of Croatia to the EU, as well as the integration process in the region. The office is operational as of July 2012.
еuinside is politically and economically independent media that stands for the highest professional and ethic standards.
еuinside was founded in 2009 by Adelina Marini and is managed by euinside association.
Our permanent staff consists of a small number of recognised professional journalists devoted to the European idea, committed to the global politics and convinced in the power of the well-informed civil society.
For the high quality of the publications on specialised topics euinside relies on contributions by established experts.
The author of the idea is me - Adelina Marini. A journalist with 12 years work with the Bulgarian National Radio, the Horizont news programme - first as a foreign news desk editor for about 8 years and then as a reporter, reporting on foreign policy and European Affairs. I am a zealous supporter of the European idea and this is the reason why I am so critical towards the indifference of most of the Bulgarians. Besides, I am convinced that being well informed and with a civil position we can change a lot in our country. I am the editor in chief of euinside. As of July 2012 I am situated in Zagreb, from where I follow more closely the European integration of the countries from the Western Balkans.
In euinside, as in journalism in general, I - Dessislava Dimitrova did not get into by accident. I was let to both places by my conscious choice and my curiosity to learn new things and to share what I have learnt. Officially I am a journalist for 7 years and my first steps in the profession were related to the situation in one not very far but quite unfamiliar country - Croatia, whose first steps in the process of accession to the EU I remember and which has gone through a large part of this path. I cannot say that I am a specialist on the Western Balkans but for sure this is the region I am still interested in and of which I think I can contribute with new points of view. In the last several years, in the Re:TV and the SeeNews agency, my job was related most of all to the events in the economy and energy of Bulgaria, so I will continue to search and analyse the faces and events in these areas.
I, Evelina Topalova, started cooperating with euinside led by the conviction that the website is among the few media that provide freedom of expression and present an in-depth overview on the situation in Bulgaria and the European Union. I have been dealing with the Balkan issues for ten years now. I made my first steps in the Bulgarian News Agency, where for seven years I reported on the political, economic and social changes in the region. I believe that what is happening in the Balkans is important (at least for the fact that we live in it) and I am glad that euinside's team shares that opinion.
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