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Peace Education

Conference and Celebrations Open the New Year

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Seoul, Korea - The UPF's International Leadership Conference February 16-20 featured global leaders calling for dialogue and partnership. Conference participants were invited to attend the World Peace Blessing and the 90th birthday celebration of UPF founder, Rev. Sun Myung Moon. [For the schedule and links to presentations, click here.]

To download the PowerPoint presentation, click here.
For a video of the birthday celebrations, click here.

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