Conflict Perspectives: A New Online Journal Published by the Institute of MultiTrack Diplomacy(IMTD)
Welcome to the first issue of Conflict Perspectives! The Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy is pleased to announce the launch of a new weekly online journal. Conflict Perspectives (CP) will provide a platform for witnesses in conflict zones to share their experiences. The CP editorial team welcomes contributions from individuals who want to present a firsthand account of what they witness in conflict zones. The journal publishes a range of article types including, narratives, commentaries, brief reports, interviews, letters to the editor and videos. Please click on the link below to read the first edition of the journal and for further details on how to submit your contributions and criteria for publication. Access to the journal is free but we encourage you to subscribe and become a member by donating to IMTD.
The first issue of Conflict Perspectives focuses on remembering the anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
“9/11 Reflections” – Wendy Lanski describes her experience as a survivor. (http://conflictperspectives.imtd.org/index.php/regions/americas/83-…)
“Sept. 9, 2013: Recollections” – IMTD Executive Director Reverend Karen Dickman shares her thoughts in the years since 9/11.
“Refugee Youth Education” – An interview with Joseph Munyambanza highlights the story of a young man living in the DRC. (http://conflictperspectives.imtd.org/index.php/regions/africa/79-re…)
Call for Submissions:
We welcome submissions from all professionals who are working, or who have recently worked, within conflict zones. We encourage contributors to tell stories of their experience, analyze the current conflict, and apply their insights to peace building. For more information visit http://conflictperspectives.imtd.org/index.php/submit
Call for reviewers:
We are creating a database of reviewers with expertise in conflict resolution and peace studies for Conflict Perspectives. If you would like to be added to the panel, please send your request to Dr. Hilda Dunkwu at email@example.com. hdunkwu(at)imtd.org.