Journal of the International Society for Peace
Aims and Scope
The Journal of the International Society for Peace (JISP) aims to publish original and reasonable ideas that may contribute to the resolution of peace-related issues and lead to peace of humanity. Articles must address questions related to one or more of the aspects that define peace, according to the International Society for Peace: "Peace is the condition in which every individual of the population has the same rights to freedom, equality, education, security, health, justice and respect, independently of their language, culture, nationality, gender, sexuality, color, religion, financial condition or any other individual aspect". We encourage the submission of interdisciplinary ideas that focus on specific problems. Economists, scientists, philosophers, artists and experts on all other fields of knowledge are welcome to submit their articles.
Only articles are accepted for publication. However, our articles are meant to be short, clear, interdisciplinary, easy reading and to the point. All articles will be anonymously peer reviewed by at least two referees on a first come first serve basis. Only articles that make it through the peer review process will be published. We welcome submissions of contributions year round. The submission must be original and not under consideration for publication by another journal or organization or have been published previously.
All JISP content is published under the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC-BY 3.0) free of charge!