UPF-France Convenes Forum on Education

“The Role of the Family in Education” was the theme of a forum attended by around 60 Ambassadors for Peace and guests.

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UPF-Russia Discusses the Use of Science for the Public Good

A conference on "Modern Science in Russia for Peace and Development" discussed the power that science has to benefit humankind.

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Parliamentarians Association Welcomed in Azerbaijan

The former prime minister of Azerbaijan chaired a forum at which dignitaries heard about a new parliamentarians’ peacebuilding association.

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Australian Peace Council

The Australian National Peace Council had its second meeting, attended by 19 participants from the states of Victoria, South Australia, Queensland and Western Australia.

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Peace Road 2016, Fiji Village Style

Peace Road 2016 was carried out in a village on Venua Levu, the second largest island of Fiji, with all the villagers participating.

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Lima, Peru—UPF-Peru participated in various events and activities organized by local and international NGOs in Lima in November. 

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Prague, Czech Republic—More than 50 participants attended a conference held in the Czech Parliament on “Challenges and Opportunities of Our Time.”

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Moscow, Russia—A chorus of veterans sang songs from World War II at a concert held to commemorate United Nations Day.

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Nigerian Peace College Proposal Approved

Abuja, Nigeria—UPF-Nigeria’s proposal for a Universal Peace College of Education in Nigeria has successfully passed the first step.

Parliamentarians Association Welcomed in Azerbaijan

Baku, Azerbaijan—The former prime minister of Azerbaijan chaired a forum at which dignitaries heard about a new parliamentarians’ peacebuilding association.

Australian Peace Council

Melbourne, Australia—The Australian National Peace Council had its second meeting, attended by 19 participants from the states of Victoria, South Australia, Queensland and Western Australia.