top of page

Peace Journalism Studies

 Peace Journalism Studies embarks on a cruise around the world with international journalists who demonstrate their expertise and perspective on peace to overcome the contemporary threats from violence and conflict.

 In order to develop initiatives and endorse constructive implementation, understanding the structural issues stemming from cultural and historical setting, backgrounds and causes is the starting point to find solutions tailored to each community or society for sustainable peace. This first volume offers some of the ideas with the eyes of journalists in different parts of the world.

Volume 2 Number 1 2023

Special Words Man Hee Lee, Chairman of HWPL, Republic of Korea Contributors 1. Innocent Yuh, Regional coordinator of Cameroon Association of Media Professionals (CAMP) South West Region Cameroon, Cameroon 2. Rana Setiawan, Chief Reporter of Mi'ra Islamic News Agency (MINA) 3. Oral Ofori, Digital media producer, Freelance Journalist, Founder of TheAfricanDream company, USA 4. Tuty Purwaningsih, Director of Jurnalis Media Desa Nusantara(JMDN), Indonesia 5. Hendry Nursal, Editor-in-Chief of Jambidaily.com, Indonesia 6. Lok Bahadur Chaudhary and , Founder Publisher and Editor of Hamarpahura.com, Sub-editor of Gorkhapatra Daily, Nepal Pramod Kumar Tandan, Journalist of Rising Nepal, Nepal 7. Alpha Oumar Diallo, General Administrator of Verite224, Guinea 8. Ihor Shevyrov, Journalist and Lawyer, HWPL Publicity Ambassador, Ukraine 9. Rommel Santos Diaz, President of the Dominican Federalist Foundation, Dominican Republic

Volume 1 Number 1 2022

Special Words Man Hee Lee, Chairman of HWPL, Republic of Korea Contributors 1. Mr. Supalak Ganjanakhundee, The Nation Chief Editor, Thailand 2. Mohammed Abdelshakoor (Shakoor Nyaketo), Founder of Journalingual, Sudan 3. Frieda Sila Kana, Journalist of Digital Media Venture, Papua New Guinea 4. Rev Dr. Kitiona Tausi, Editor of Tuvalu Paradise, Tuvalu 5. Mr. Ihor Shevyrov, Publicity Ambassador of HWPL, Ukraine
bottom of page