Ushana Jayasuriya


About Ushana Jayasuriya

Hi, my name is Ushana. I am currently studying towards an MA in Philosophy - my thesis is exploring Climate Justice. I became interested in the World Peace Organisation through my studies of international law and a paper I am currently tutoring in called International Ethics. When I saw an opportunity to be a Correspondent I thought this would be a great opportunity to explore current events and possible peaceful solutions. I believe that there can be a peaceful world and a change in attitudes is required. This change often occurs through greater knowledge of the options available. I hope through my role here, I will be able to assist in these goals by exploring these alternative options to violence and conflict.


Bonn Climate Negotiations: No Room For Complacency

This year, Bonn, Germany will host a series of climate negotiations.  Significant developments have occurred since the Paris Agreement of 2015. Most notably, the election of President Trump who has renounced U.S. obligations outlined in the Paris negotiations.  However, recent news suggests that China may be stepping up to take […]


Cartel-Persecuted Journalists To Receive Greater Government Protection In Mexico

President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico has vowed to enhance the protection of journalists in his country.  Reuters reports that President Peña Nieto will strengthen measures in investigations into attacks against journalists.  In a press conference held Wednesday 17 May, he announced these changes but was met by heckles from journalists who […]


Can President Moon Stabilize The Korean Peninsula?

Following the recent election to replace the impeached former President Park Geun-hye, Moon Jae-in has been elected as the new leader in South Korea.  In the lead-up to the election, The Telegraph reported that Moon was the son of North Korean parents who escaped to South Korea in 1950.  The […]