Conference for Global Peace Media Network "Freedom of the Press and International Peace Media Community Initiative"
Even if it is difficult, you are changing the current situations and becoming the voices of those who cannot speak. You are the responsible leaders who lead our generation. Let’s keep moving for peace and always convey the message of peace.
Jean de Dieu Munyembabazi,
Editor in Chief & Country Manager at Burundi IGIHE
Press and media professionals from around the world gathered to launch a media platform that will greatly contribute to their ability to carry out the work of achieving world peace.
On the first day of the 3rd Annual Commemoration of the World Alliance of Religions’ Peace (WARP) Summit, the Conference for Global Peace Media Network was held and around 100 journalists from 50 different countries worldwide were seen in attendance. These participants shared their experiences as well as examples of media and peace activities that were actively conducted since the conference that was held last year. Also, the concept of a peace media network that would promote the freedom of the press in reporting news of peace was introduced.
I am confident that with the help of HWPL, peace journalists and a team of dedicated international law experts, I too will be able to strengthen international peace and spread the culture of peace widely through the collective power of all the hearts and efforts of the entire world.
Journalist of Izvestia in Ukraine
- The platform homepage will provide the news of disputes in all parts of the world as well as the news related to the subject of peace
- Everyone will have the opportunity to hear news from all around the world, as well as openly ask the international community to contemplate and propose solutions for these issues together.
- Any journalist will be able to share and provide information and contribute to the discussions and opinions. Included will be newsfeed policies and work agreements for the journalists.