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Peace Education

UPF organizes seminars and conferences that present core values and universal principles of peacebuilding.

New Haven, United States—A conference of educators asked the question, “Can early childhood development advance ‘The Culture of Peace?’”

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Ufa, Russia—In the capital of the Russian Republic of Bashkortostan, UPF organized a cultural evening to celebrate the spirit of volunteerism.

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Stuttgart, Germany—A program celebrating the theme of “Art for Peace” was held by UPF-Stuttgart at its office.

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Kviv, Ukraine—The Ukrainian chapter of Interreligious Association for Peace and Development was inaugurated during a UPF conference.

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Vienna, Austria—The Interreligious Association for Peace and Development opened its European office in the premises of Peace Museum Vienna.

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Reichraming, Austria—For its 2018 Peace Road event, UPF of Upper Austria organized a 30-kilometer bicycle ride along the Enns River.

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Tirana, Albania—The 2018 Balkans Peace Road brought a message of peace to a region that is still recovering from years of conflict.

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Kazan, Russia—After 17 months, 13 countries, and 25,000 kilometers, a UPF Ambassador for Peace finished his trip around the world by bicycle.

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Istanbul, Turkey—Dr. Sakena Yacoobi, a recipient of the 2017 Sunhak Peace Prize, an initiative of UPF, has been honored with the TRT World Citizen Educator Award.

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Vancouver, Canada—Ambassador for Peace Dr. Youri Pankratz presented an in-depth survey of Russia’s geopolitics, culture, and future prospects.

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The Hague, Netherlands—For the 2018 Peace Road, UPF supporters joined two other organizations in holding two Peace Walks.

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Barcelona, Spain—UPF-Spain’s 2018 Peace Road event was a climb to the beautiful Valley of Nuria, 2,000 meters above sea level.

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