Outstanding Peace Journalism

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Outstanding Peace Journalism

The Luxembourg Peace Prize for Outstanding Peace Journalism seeks to recognize journalists or media publications who have used their craft to contribute to peace.

  • Male or Female or Publication;
  • Builds peace directly and/or promotes culture of peace via peace journalism;
  • Peace Journalism frames in background & context, voice of all parties, creative ideas for solutions, challenges to¬†propaganda, and images of peace;
  • Global coverage over the years.

Stephen Zunes was the inspiration for this award, for his 2002 article on why not enter a war in Iraq (five of the seven Obama went on to quote).

Jamil Simon

Jamil Simon

2019 Outstanding Peace Journalism

Jamil is a visionary peace activist, an award-winning documentary filmmaker and an expert on communication strategy.
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Annabel McGoldrick

Annabel McGoldrick

2017 Outstanding Peace Journalism

Dr. Annabel McGoldrick is a psychotherapist, scholar and activist. She teaches at the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Sydney.
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Jake Lynch

Jake Lynch

2017 Outstanding Peace Journalism

Associate Professor Jake Lynch chairs the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Sydney. He served for ten years on the board of the Sydney Peace Foundation, and for two years as Secretary General of the International Peace Research Association.
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