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Peace Education

Latin American Leaders Convene in Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo, Brazil - Leaders from Brazil and Latin America convened at the UPF Headquarters in Sao Paulo from February 12 to 16. The program opened with a presentation by Rev. Dong Mo Shin, Regional Chair of UPF-Latin America. Various topics were discussed, including marriage and family programs, education, and community building. In attendance were UPF leaders from Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, and Uruguay, in addition to leaders from throughout Brazil.

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