• 2014 Proactive disclosure by Bulgarian institutions, published in the OGB Blog, 15 April 2014
• The use and misuse of telephone taps and communications data by Bulgarian intelligence, by Alexander Kashumov, published in the Statewatch News Online, June 2013
• Comparative analysis of Bulgarian and Ukrainian legislation in the area of access to public information, by Gergana Jouleva and Olexandr Buhtatiy, May 2013 (National Academy of Public Administration Attached to the Office of the President of Ukraine, Kharkiv Regional Institute on Public Administration)
• Main Directions of AIP Advocacy for Access to Information, presentation of Gergana Jouleva, AIP Executive Director, Media Law Institute Youtube Channel, July 2013
•Measuring Transparency – Is a Global Index Possible and Necessary? by Gergana Jouleva, Executive Director of Access to Information Programme, December 2012
• Does the Bulgarian Prime Minister Always Pay His Own Way?, Unredacted blog of the National Security Archive, 21 June 2010
• Q&A: Communist Secret Files Threaten Politicians, interview with Alexander Kashumov before IPSnews, Oct, 02, 2007
• Access to Information Row in Bulgaria, published in Sofia Echo, March 26, 2007
On March 14, Alexander Kashumov, left, head of the legal department of Access to Information Programme Foundation (AIPF), Georgi Lozanov from Bulgarian Media Coalition, Gergana Zhouleva, AIPF's executive director and Svetla Kostadinova, executive director of Institute for Market Economics called on the immediate withdrawal of proposed amendments to the Access to Public Information Act.
• Bulgaria's painful past still hidden, but for how long? by Matthew Brunwasser, International Herald Tribune, June 2, 2006
• Power and Accountability, published in Sofia Echo, May 08, 2006
A speech given by Alexander Kashumov on April 21, 2006 at a debate about investigative journalism organised by the Bulgarian Media Coalition.
• Behind Closed Doors: Secrecy in International Financial Institutions, 2006
International Monetary Fund and World Bank. A total of 120 requests for information were submitted to these IFIs by civil society organisations in Argentina, Bulgaria, Mexico, Slovakia and South Africa. The case study for Bulgaria was written by Nikolay Marekov, AIP.
• Bulgaria - The Microsoft Contract, Did the Bulgarian Minister of State Administration pay “Microsoft” Corporation out of his own pocket? by Gergana Jouleva and Alexander Kashumov.
•Kill the Tramp by Hristo Hristov - a documentary investigation into one of the most emblematic crimes of the Cold War – the murder of the Bulgarian dissident writer, Georgi Markov, in London in 1978.
• Freedom of Information Act Discussed at AUBG - information about FOI workshops, held in the American University in Bulgaria. Flash news, October 23, 2005
• Bulgaria Open to Access to Information - information about FOI workshops, held in the American University in Bulgaria. Lyubomir Ivanov, de facto, October 20, 2005
• Bulgaria - The Access to Information Program: Fighting for Transparency during the Democratic Transition, 2002 (updated June 16, 2004) by Gergana Jouleva
• Bulgaria: Appealing to the Authorities by Gergana Jouleva
• National Security and the Right to Information in Bulgaria by Aleksander Kashumov
• What does NATO expect?Article by Alasdair Roberts in Dnevnik newspaper 12.06.2003
• The Right to Know is Gaining around the World, article by Thomas S. Blanton, International Herald Tribune 2003-10-11
• Unfinished Business, article by Gergana Jouleva in Freedom House NGO News- issue 20/2002
• Access to information Litigation Campaign in Bulgaria by Alexander Kashumov
• The NEC case
• The Auditor General's refusal to give information