Journal of Transdisciplinary Peace Praxis

ISSN 2631-746X (Print) & 2631-7478 (Online)

ABOUT

Journal of Transdisciplinary Peace Praxis (JTPP) is a peer-reviewed, biannual, scholarly journal, both in print and on-line versions, bringing together peace practitioners with academics to explore radical responses to social conflict, war and injustice.

Vision
JTPP aspires to publish well-reasoned and thought provoking single and co-authored works that integrate cutting edge research and practice on subjects related to human social flourishing and peace in local, national, and international contexts.

Our vision is to facilitate critical dialogue on complex social problems thereby empowering thoughtful responses to the world’s wicked problems which help guide readers towards nonviolent peaceful futures.

Mission
The realisation of nonviolent peaceful futures requires collaborative exploration of themes, social resources, and problems that no one field or discipline is capable of understanding alone.

In creating JTPP, Frontpage Publications Limited harkens to a bygone era of pre-scientific reasoning – an era that privileges a science of collaborative social experience and qualitative analytical methods as valuable contributors to the human knowledge base.

Objective
JTPP fills an important transdisciplinary gap that currently exists in traditional academic journals. This gap often neglects opportunities for truly collaborative research and praxis on the complex and multi-dimensional realities of positive peace and reconciliation systems.

We endeavour to support scholarship that highlights:

  • The human potential for transformation;
  • A holistic and collaborative approach to complex systems;
  • The transdisciplinary nature of solutions to wicked social problems; and
  • A shared sense of purpose in human transnational activism for change.

JTPP thus provides a dynamic forum for sharing information and experiences primarily catering to academics, activists particularly in the disciplines of Peace and Conflict Studies, Political Science, International Relations, Human Rights, History and professionals, policymakers, organisations, institutions and individuals who nurture a firm belief in peace and human rights.

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