Peacebuilding Deeply is an independent news and information platform covering global peace and security. Our reporters and editors provide a mix of investigative and data-driven journalism, on-the-ground reporting, clear and compelling visuals and high-level events. We want to answer the question: how do you put a country back together?
The platform will engage local and international actors to connect expert voices and coordinate peacebuilding efforts and insights in one centralized hub. By building a passionate community and connecting a variety of disciplines, Peacebuilding Deeply provides a forum for learning, knowledge-sharing and problem-solving.
Peacebuilding Deeply is the latest platform launched by the team behind Syria Deeply – News Deeply’s flagship platform.
News Deeply is a network of theme-driven information and community platforms, led by an award-winning team of domain-expert journalists. In an increasingly complicated information environment, we surface the vital insights and stakeholder connections that help to advance conversations and inform decision-making on the issues that matter, deeply, to the state of our world today. For more information on News Deeply and its other platforms, please visit www.newsdeeply.com.
Alessandria Masi, Managing Editor
Alessandria is the Managing Editor of Peacebuilding Deeply and Syria Deeply, as well as chief of News Deeply’s Beirut bureau. Previously, she was the Middle East correspondent for International Business Times. She was a featured author in the 2016 and 2017 editions of “Attacks on the Press” with the Committee to Protect Journalists, and her coverage of the Syrian refugee crisis won a Society for American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) international reporting award. She is a native of Canada and a cat enthusiast. She tweets from @AlessandriaMasi and you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hashem Osseiran, Deputy Managing Editor
Hashem is the Deputy Managing Editor of Peacebuilding Deeply. He has previously worked with the Associated Press, the Arab Weekly and the Daily Star. He is on Twitter at @HashemOsseiran
Natalie Sikorski, Community Editor
Natalie is the Community Editor of Peacebuilding Deeply and Refugees Deeply. She has previously worked with Nonviolent Peaceforce as a programme officer in Beirut, Lebanon and as the global social media officer.
Executive Director, Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice, University of San Diego
Associate, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University
Executive Director of the Center for Religion and Civic Culture, USC
Executive Director, Nonviolent Peaceforce
Senior Director, Partnerships and Engagement, Search for Common Ground
President and CEO, Alliance for Peacebuilding
Senior Director for Programs and Strategy
Assistant Director and co-Founder, Dialogue Advisory Group (DAG)
President and Founder, Permanent Peace Movement, Lebanon
United Nations Advocacy and Policy Advisor, Center for Civilians in Conflict
Overseas Development Institute, Research Associate
Deputy Director for Africa, International Committee of the Red Cross
Executive Director, International Center for Transitional Justice
Peacebuilding Deeply welcomes original contributions.
We are always open to story pitches for news features and interviews, as well as videos, audio stories and photo essays.
We are also interested in receiving submissions from researchers, community leaders and policymakers for our community section.
We regret that, owing to the volume of submissions we receive, we may contact only those writers whose work we will commission.
Peacebuilding Deeply is editorially independent and is part of News Deeply, the digital media and community-building company that TIME Magazine called “the future of news.”
Please send your story pitches to Managing Editor Alessandria Masi on email@example.com and Hashem Osseiran on firstname.lastname@example.org