In January 2015, the Center for Global Peace Journalism and Istanbul University sponsored two workshops in Adana, Turkey. In these workshops, students and journalists studied and practiced telling counter-narrative stories about refugees. These workshops were Phase I of a US State Dept funded project titled, “Reporting Syrian Refugees.” For more on the workshops, and reports about the refugee situation, see the media posted on the Peace Journalism Insights blog (story, narrated slideshow, and photo album).
The Peace Journalist MagazineThe Peace Journalist is a semi-annual publication of the Center for Global Peace Journalism at Park University in Parkville, Missouri. The April 2015 edition features reports from Turkey, Kenya, Nigeria, Gaza, Afghanistan, the Comoros Islands, and Greece.
About the Magazine
Peace JournalismWhat is Peace Journalism?
Peace Journalism is when editors and reporters make choices that improve the prospects for peace. These choices, including how to frame stories and carefully choosing which words are used, create an atmosphere conducive to peace and supportive of peace initiatives and peacemakers, without compromising the basic principles of good journalism. (Adapted from Lynch/McGoldrick, Peace Journalism). Peace Journalism gives peacemakers a voice while making peace initiatives and non-violent solutions more visible and viable.
To learn more about the basics of PJ, including some key principles and how PJ can be used in daily reporting, you can download our 2-page brochure, “Peace Journalism: An Introduction.”
About the Center for Global Peace Journalism
The Center for Global Peace Journalism at Park University promotes the concepts of peace and peace journalism. More
ResourcesThe Center offers a series of resources about peace journalism, including:
- Case studies
- War Coverage
- Video and Audio
- Social Media
Peace Journalism Resources