Peace Journalism brings insights from conflict analysis to the journalistic concepts of balance, fairness, and accuracy.  To know more, Join Us

 

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ABOUT PEACE JOURNALISTS NETWORK

The Peace Journalists Network is a project of the US Embassy and the American University of Nigeria. 

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WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THIS WEBSITE?

This website is for journalists and its main purpose is to share perspectives, exchange best practices and seek feedback from colleagues.

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WHAT IS PEACE JOURNALISM?

Fundamentally, Peace Journalism brings insights from conflict analysis to the journalistic concepts of balance, fairness and accuracy.

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JOIN THE CONVERSATION

Peace is not just the absence of war. It is a set of deliberate interventions to prevent and/or transform conflict.

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CONFLICT PREVENTION

Journalists can play a critical role in conflict prevention. By monitoring and reporting the situation on ground, they can provide early warning of simmering discontentment before they erupt into violent confrontations. 

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JOURNALISTS IN PEACEBUILDING

Local journalists can break the cycle of violence and help build a local culture of peace in their communities. Since journalists live, work and stay rooted to their communities, they understand the conflict more than outsiders

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“Peace Journalism is when editors and reporters make choices – of what stories to report and about how to report them – that create opportunities for society at large to consider and value non-violent responses to conflict”

- Jake Lynch

 
 

Strategic Partnership

The Peace Journalists Network is a collaborative project of the US Embassy in Abuja and the American University of Nigeria, Yola.