Communication for Peace

One of WACC’s earlier programmes focused on Communication for Peace. Many resources were produced which have been assembled in this section in the interest of sharing experience and knowledge.


Communicating for Peace Video Series

An educational resource for faith-based and secular peace advocates and journalists about the importance of telling stories
Being equipped to communicate for peace means knowing how to listen, see and speak in ways that contribute to conflict resolution and to creating the conditions for sustainable peace. This resource will help you take on that challenge.

Each of the four sections offers:

  • Interviews and commentary from world experts in the fields of peace journalism, communication rights, and gender justice introducing key communication concepts and analysis.
  • Case studies by rights advocates who work in conflict situations in different regions of the world offering proven practical approaches to putting those concepts into action.
  • Provocative questions encouraging engagement with the issues presented.

 

Tools for Peace

Peace Journalism. What is it? How to do it? 50 pages. Handbook by Annabel McGoldrick and Jake Lynch.


Role of Media in Conflict Prevention and Peace Building. 141-page handbook from the Institute for Media, Peace and Security.

A Culture of Peace. Women, faith and reconciliation. 32 pages. Catholic Institute for International Relations.

People Building Peace. 25 pages. A global action agenda for the prevention of violent conflict.

Gender, Conflict & Journalism: A Handbook for South Asia. 103 pages. UNESCO.

GPPAC Awareness Raising Toolkit. English.
23 pages. Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict.

Manuel du GPPAC sur la Sensibilisation. Français. 50 pages. Partenariat Mondial pour la Prévention des Conflits Armés.

Kit de herramientas del GPPAC para la Concientizaciòn. Español. 40 páginas. Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict. 

Conflict Analysis. Practical tool to analyse conflict in order to prioritise and strategise Conflict Transformation Programmes.
28 pages. ICCO & Kerk in Actie.

Declaration of Principles on Tolerance (1995). UNESCO.

Engendering Peace Journalism: Keeping Communities Whole. A guide on gender-sensitive peace and conflict reportage.
26 pages. Isis International-Manila & Min-WoW.

The No-Nonsense guide to Communicating Women & Peace & Security. 6 pages. WACC.

The No-Nonsense guide to Peace Journalism. 6 pages. WACC.

People's Charter on Peace for Life (2007). WCC, CCA and NCC Philippines.

The promise of peace. WACC’s journal Media Development 4-2008. 61 pages.

Communicating peace. WACC’s journal Media Development 4-2007. 68 pages.

Reporting the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
WACC’s journal Media Development 3-2002. 57 pages.

 

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