PCIJ Club is a privileged network of PCIJ patrons and i magazine (the quarterly investigative reporting magazine of the Philippine Center for Investigative
Journalism) subscribers who are given access to news and information on current affairs and topics of large public interest.
Inclusion in the e-group is by way of an active subscription to i. For more information, kindly click here.
- PCIJ WebAlert
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The PH-Investigative Journalism mailing list brings together all the local print and broadcast journalists—reporters, editors, researchers, news managers—whom
the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism has trained in the field of investigative journalism. This exclusive online network is being maintained to facilitate
continuing instruction, information and communication exchange among members, particularly in their pursuit of investigative projects in their areas/beats.
An exclusive online network for information and communication exchange among participants of the PCIJ Training the Trainers of Investigative Reporting course held on
March 12-16, 2001 in Panglao Island, Bohol.
This is an informal egroup to facilitate post-conference discussion and communication between and among the participants of the three-day seminar-workshop on
Investigative Reporting in Southeast Asia held at the Holiday Inn Resort in Clark Field, Pampanga, Philippines on June 11-13, 2001.
The Southeast Asian Media and Information Flow mailing list is an ofshoot of the seminar-workshop on "Improving the Flow of Information in a Time of Crisis: The Challenge
to the Southeast Asian Media" sponsored by the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism and the Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation held in Subic on October 29-31, 1998.