Beyond Headlines: What is Peace Journalism?

Please Become a Messenger of Peace!

A STEP TOWARDS PEACE Beyond Headlines: What is Peace Journalism? Peace Journalism Media Perspective on Conflict Resolution HWPL International Workshop

On 17th February, the international peace organization, Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL), hosted an online event with approximately 160 media persons from 49 countries in attendance.

This year, HWPL International Workshop on Peace Journalism marked the publication of its 2nd journal, ‘Peace Journalism Studies’, produced in cooperation with 9 journalists worldwide.

With the theme of “Media Perspective on Conflict Resolution,” this event aimed to sharing the ideas of peace journalism, bringing out collective voice of international network of media for peace.

Everyone has a role in life. Answers to Why are you alive? We live in a society, and each of us has a role to play.

What do you think is the role of a journalist?
I think of it as an informing role. To be unbiased, neutral, and objective in presenting the facts.

Among the contributors, 6 speakers delivered addresses on the role of media in building peace, peace-related issues, peace journalism and global security.

For more information, follow the link here. You’ll know what the speakers said. I was very impressed.

Menafn – Beyond Headlines : Global Journalists United for Peace Journalism amidst the Challenges of the Unstable International Situation

We can’t just listen and be done, we have to do something, and I think we can start with the smallest things around us.

Peace is up to you :0 Good luck!


Author: master

I am 'a Step towards PEACE'. There is no path to peace. Peace is the path. - Gandhi

One thought on “Beyond Headlines: What is Peace Journalism?”

  1. A beautiful post. My heart holds out hope of a better future for my children and their children. This work of peace is not a small feat. Thank you, HWPL, for all your efforts in bringing light to this dim and dark world – you represent the voices of those who have no voice to speak out at all the injustices committed against humanity. History will undoubtedly thank the efforts of individuals like yourself. We really are at a crossroads in History. In the words of Chairman Lee, who has been working for the cessation of global conflict and creation of sustainable peace, “It is time for the Declaration of Peace and Cessation of War (DPCW) to be submitted to the United Nations.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *