Peace Magazine is a project of Project Save the World. The magazine is edited by Metta Spencer, an emeritus professor of sociology, University of Toronto, with the assistance of an editorial board consisting of Yusur Al Bahrani, John Bacher, Hayley Dick, Sue Dick, Michaela Ehring, Subir Guin, Stephen Riggins, Evnur Taran, Olivia Ward, and Adam Wynne. Robin Collins is a contributing editor.
Peace Magazine (ISSN 0826-9521) is published four times a year by Project Save the World, mainly as a digital publication distributed free of charge to thousands of NGOs worldwide that are working to prevent several of the most serious global threats. The board of directors of Project Save the World are: Lloyd Axworthy, Sue Dick, Gordon Edwards, Hilal Elver, John Feffer, Mary Kaldor, Adam Koniuszewski, David Miller, P.V. Rajagopal, Metta Spencer, Ronald St. John, Peter Wadhams, Alyn Ware, and Paul Werbos.
You can subscribe, renew, or donate on our website — peacemagazine.org — where there is also an archive of articles dating back to 1983. If you belong to an organization that is devoted to preventing grave global threats, we will be glad to add that organization to our list for regular free email delivery of each new issue in pdf form. Just send its contact information to email@example.com
Each entire issue is available immediately for subscription worldwide in a digital version that contains everything (including photos, letters, editorials, and color) for $20 annually, It is formatted for computers, tablets, or mobile phones, and instant translation is available into 30 languages. This digital version is available in many public libraries and by subscription through PressReader. To subscribe, on your browser go to PressReader.com and type Peace into the “search publications” space.
Click here to visit our subscription page for the print version:
Canada | $20 for one year, $33 for two, plus GST/HST
United States | US$24 per year
Rest of world | C$35 per year
Most of our articles address peace issues. We also welcome submissions on all six global threats covered by Project Save the World, but no poetry or fiction.
We produce several one-hour-long Zoom conversations each week about various aspects of six issues we address. You can watch them live and send a question to the speakers or watch the edited version later here or on our Youtube channel.