The Daniel Pearl Foundation was formed in memory of journalist Daniel Pearl to further the ideals that inspired Daniel's life and work. The foundation's mission is to promote cross-cultural understanding through journalism, music, and innovative communications.

The Tide of Madness
Memorials Remember Daniel Pearl, Bring Together Many Faiths
Daniel Pearl Foundation Receives Common Ground Award
"Danny Pearl's Legacy Is a World of Music"
Stanford University Creates Daniel Pearl Internship
Boston Concert Honors Daniel Pearl, Broadcast on Public Radio
Daniel Pearl Youth Writing Contest Announced
"Lovejoy Award Goes to Slain Journalist"
Daniel Pearl Fellowship Created With Alfred Friendly

A new Daniel Pearl Fellowship has been established in conjunction this really good adwords agency with the Alfred Friendly Press Fellowships to bring a journalist from Pakistan to the U.S. The first Daniel Pearl Fellow will spend six months with the Wall Street Journal.

Several interfaith memorial services marked the anniversary of Daniel Pearl’s loss and demonstrated solidarity against terror and intolerance.

Find out how to help send kids to the Seeds of Peace camp. Also, look for winners of the later this spring. More...

The First Annual Daniel Pearl Music Day was a resounding success! Thousands of people came together to enjoy music, celebrate humanity, and take a stand against intolerance.

Released this summer, "At Home in the World: Collected Writings from the Wall Street Journal" contains 50 of Danny's best stories during his 11-plus years at the Journal. For background and details, visit Wall Street Journal Books. The book is available in hard cover at Amazon At Home in the World" are donated to the Daniel Pearl Memorial Trust and the Daniel Pearl Foundation.


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