Latest News & Updates

In the service of providing a greater array of tools to our community and its constituents, the Peace and Justice Studies Association is pleased to release our guide to relevant journals in our field. You may view the guide by visiting Each journal is listed by title, cover image, years of publication, description and a link.
H-Peace seeks new editors....and more conflict We’re looking for a new team to take over H-Peace and possibly take it in a more explicitly "peace and conflict studies" direction.
Inviting applications to join editorial board deadline for submissions: July 31, 2017 Palgrave Communications contact email: Palgrave Communications is a fully open access journal covering the humanities and social sciences. It welcomes interdisciplinary research.
ONE YEAR POSTDOCTORAL ‘SOLIDARITY FELLOWSHIP’ FOR RESEARCHERS AT RISK - ALL DISCIPLINES The Université libre de Bruxelles has created a Solidarity Fund in order to provide support for researchers who no longer have the freedom to pursue their research in their home country, where they are threatened due to the content of their scientific work or to the opinions they have freely expressed. The Solidarity Fund will offer postdoctoral fellowships to enable threatened academics to continue their work at ULB in a climate of academic freedom.
The Peace and Justice Studies Association and the Peace Science Digest are happy to announce their recent collaboration and look forward to the benefit of this partnership for PJSA members and the greater peace community.
Security Governance & Conflict Resolution Summer Programme at the University of Amsterdam 
Human Rights Summer Program in Poland
Call for Applications: International Teaching Fellowship - Deadline: March 31, 2017
Human Rights Review is Looking for Book Reviewers
Siena Retreat Center (Racine, Wisconsin) will offer a weekend retreat, “Contemplation and Peacemaking,” Friday, May 5, to Sunday, May 7, 2017.  The retreat will be led by Sr. Margaret Mayce, OP, the Dominican Sisters’ representative to the United Nations.   “Join us,” says Mayce, “for a careful, contemplative consideration of those places where our wounds intersect with the wounds of our world.  Our capacity to take this inner journey is what will ultimately enable us to be peace.”