PECOJON builds solidarity among members in order to provide quality reporting, aiding the society to an atmosphere of democracy and peace while promoting human rights and social justice.
With the vision of strengthening journalism practice, PECOJON Philippines strives to uplift the capacities of journalists through mainstreaming conflict sensitive reporting using network-woven tools and concepts.
The Network enables researches from members as a resource to support journalists' reportage, aiding in quality journalism. Online and printed magazines provides a medium for conflict sensitive reporting.
PECOJON International will be holding its annual Peace and Conflict Journalism Training Course 1 (PJ1) in Cebu City on August 10 to 14, 2012. Only 15 participants will be accepted in the course. Journalists interested in applying for the training may download the forms and mail it to email@example.com