Center for Global Peace Journalism


In 2021, the Center for Global Peace Journalism is continuing its work both virtually and, beginning in the fall, face to face. The center has hosted Zoom meetings for journalists in Yemen, as well as joint seminars featuring participants from both India and Pakistan. Planned in-person projects include one in Nepal, and a second working with young journalists in Turkey. 

For more details, see the Projects page of this site.


The October 2021 edition celebrates the magazine’s 20th issue with a study from Dr. Jake Lynch analyzing coverage of peace journalism seminars, as well as reports from Zimbabwe, Spain, India-Pakistan, and elsewhere.

What 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


The Center offers a series of resources about peace journalism, including:

  • Textbook-Peace Journalism Principles and Practices
  • Case studies
  • Reports
  • Websites
  • Handbooks
  • Issues
  • War Coverage
  • Video and Audio
  • Social Media

Peace Journalism Resources

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