R. Mendez: Asamblea mundial 2013

February 25, 2013

Discurso sobre La paz, la seguridad, y el desarrollo en Panamá

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R. Mendez: Address to World Summit 2013

February 24, 2013

Commentary on Peace, Security, and Human Development in Panama

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Conference in Panama on Regional Cooperation in Latin America and the Caribbean

June 24, 2012

Panama City, Panama - “Regional Cooperation in Latin America and the Caribbean for Peace and Development,” was the title of a June 22-24 UPF conference in Panama City with representatives from Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, St. Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, and Venezuela.

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7th Annual Marriage Forum in Panama

October 28, 2011

Panama City, Panama - UPF-Panama's 7th Annual Marriage Forum took place on Oct. 27, 2011 at the El Panama Hotel for people from churches, government, academia, and NGOs.

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Foros del matrimonio y la familia en Panama

December 20, 2010

Panama City, Panama - Foros del matrimonio y la familia en Panamá, 2009-2010.

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Programs to Strengthen Marriage and Family in Panama

October 22, 2010

Panama City, Panama - Eighty-six people attended UPF-Panama's annual Marriage Forum in Panama City on Oct. 21, 2010.

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Youth Working for the Benefit of Their Country

April 13, 2010

Panama City, Panama - Photos of students and instructors at the Hisao Lee Academy of Martial Arts at a conference, welcoming Panamanian president Martin Torrijos, and helping disadvantaged people in the countryside.

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UPF Latin American Tour

April 26, 2008

UPF Co-chair Dr. Hyun Jin Moon and Secretary General Dr. Thomas Walsh promoted “A Vision for the Americas” and held International Leadership Conferences in six nations. Read reports about events in Belize, Costa Rica, Panama, Peru, Uruguay (Español), and Brazil (Português).

Read the Keynote Address given in Peru | (Español)

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Education on Family Values in Panama

April 17, 2008

Panama City, Panama - Panama and its 3 million people are finding new energy as a strategically important nation for uniting the Americas. The Central American nation is e strategic transportation link and a financial hub, but 40 percent of the population is poor and there are serious drug-abuse and moral problems among the youth. Because of this, many government and civic leaders are inspired to become Ambassadors for Peace.

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