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- The Ski Club of International Journalists (SCIJ) was founded in the heart of the Cold War.
- SCIJ is one of the few trusted global associations of its kind dedicated to professional journalism.
- SCIJ offers an exclusive setting for passionate journalists who love skiing and grow their network.
- For partners, SCIJ provides an unmatched opportunity to pitch stories to a global media audience.
- Since 1955, more than 45 nations have been connected by mountains and stories that matter the most to you.
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Last Solo: René Langel, Journalist, Honorary Member
René Langel left us last Tuesday. He was 97 years old. A long-time companion of the Swiss section of SCIJ, he was known and recognized by his fine moustache like Clarke Gable. He played the saxophone as well as he skied. With elegance. Together with Géo Voumard and...
Dernier Solo: René Langel, journaliste, membre d’honneur du SCIJ
René Langel nous a quitté mardi dernier. Il avait 97 ans. Compagnon de route de la section suisse du SCIJ, il était connu et notamment reconnu par sa fine moustache à la Clarke Gable. Il jouait du saxophone aussi bien qu’il skiait. Avec élégance. En compagnie de Géo...
We’ll see each other in 2022
Dear Friends, Colleagues and Members of SCIJ, Last week, the International Committee met with SCIJ Kazakhstan and the Kazakh Tourism National Company representatives to announce that we had reluctantly decided not to hold the 68th Winter Meeting in Almaty, Kazakhstan...
Préparer les skis pour 2022!
Chers amis, collègues et membres du SCIJ, La semaine dernière, le comité international a rencontré les représentants du SCIJ Kazakhstan et de la société nationale de tourisme kazakh pour leur annoncer que nous avions décidé à contrecœur de ne pas organiser la 68e...
SCIJ expresses concern over the situation with fellow member Turkish journalism colleagues
February 25, 2021 --Brussels, Belgium— The Ski Club of International Journalists (SCIJ) and its 30 member nations are united in voicing their concern about the actions against two active journalists, Melis Alphan and Yazgulu Aldogan, also members of the Turkish...
Le SCIJ exprime son inquiétude quant à la situation de ses collègues journalistes turcs
25 février, 2021 --Bruxelles, Belgique - Le Ski Club of International Journalists (SCIJ) et ses 30 nations membres sont unis pour exprimer leur préoccupation concernant les actions contre deux journalistes actifs, Melis Alphan et Yazgulu Aldogan, également...
SCIJ Launches a new Five-Year Strategy designed to make our Association grow for many more years to come
A few days ago we released a new SCIJ strategy based on the things you have been telling us as far back as 2009 and some benchmarking across a few international organizations. This new plan is now documented with clear actions that will allow us to act on four key...