Peace Journalist


The April 2020 includes special coverage of what reporters covering Covid-19 can learn from peace journalism, as well as coverage of a peace journalism project in Northern Ireland. Translated into Korean by Gayeon Kim.


The October 2019 edition features a special report on Prof. Raj Gandhi’s visit to Park University, as well as dispatches from peace journalists from around the world.
April 2019 — The April 2019 edition features reports from around the world, including Pakistan, South Korea, Nigeria, and Colombia. It also includes a look at the latest peace journalism books.

April 2019 in Korean—Translated into Korean by Gayeon Kim





  • October, 2018 – The October 2018 edition features special report on the safety of journalists, as well as dispatches from peace journalists from around the world.
  • April, 2018 – A report on a special PJ project in Ethiopia, and features from Kenya, Austria, Nigeria, and Lebanon.
  • October, 2017–Features a look at PJ projects in Cameroon, Pakistan, and Ethiopia, Fiji, and elsewhere.
  • April, 2017:Afghanistan, Kenya, Sierra Leone, Cameroon, India/Pakistan, and the U.S.
  • October 2016: Cover: Practicing reconciliation journalism in South Sudan
  • April 2016: Cover: Responsible Syrian refugee reporting in Turkey
  • October 2015-Cover: Learning about the power of PJ in Kashmir
  • April 2015-Cover: Working with Turkish journalists on covering Syrian refugees
  • October 2014-Cover: Searching for Peace Journalism in Ferguson, Missouri
  • April 2014-Cover: Planting the seeds of peace journalism in Cyprus
  • October 2013-Cover: Finding Untold Stories: Afghan Voices
  • October 2013 (In Spanish). Cover: Voces Afghanas
  • April 2013-Cover: Researching Peace Journalism-IPRA/Japan
  • October 2012-Cover: Peace Journalism in East Africa
  • April 2012-Cover: Uganda project spreads peace journalism


The Peace Journalist is a semi-annual publication of the Center for Global Peace Journalism at Park University in Parkville, Missouri. The Peace Journalist is dedicated to disseminating news and information for and about teachers, students, and practitioners of peace and conflict sensitive journalism.Submissions are welcome from all. We are seeking shorter submissions (300-500 words) detailing peace journalism projects, classes, proposals, etc. We also welcome longer submissions (800-1200 words) about peace or conflict sensitive journalism projects or programs, as well as academic works from the field.

Editor: Steven Youngblood, Director, Center for Global Peace Journalism Park University

Editorial Assistance: John Lofflin, Frank Hamilton, Jeff Smith, Carol Getty – Park University



Articles from all Peace Journalist magazines are indexed in this file.
Articles are indexed three ways: By Topic/title; By Author; and By Country/Region.
Peace Journalist Magazine Index

Park University’s degree programs are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Park University is a private, non-profit, institution of higher learning since 1875.