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Religious Youth Service

Religious Youth Service Projects

 

UPF chapters organize Religious Youth Service projects that offer service-learning opportunities with a special focus on developing personal leadership and peacemaking skills. Through living together and providing altruistic service in a community, participants demonstrate that it is possible for our global human family to come together in peace for our mutual well being.

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Religious Youth Service Introduction from Universal Peace Federation International

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Nepal to Host RYS Project in July

Kathmandu, Nepal—A Religious Youth Service (RYS) project will be held in Dhulikhel, a town located 18 miles southeast of Kathmandu, from July 11 to 15, 2017.

RYS Volunteers Build a Bridge in Sri Lanka

Galle, Sri Lanka— Nearly 60 participants and staff from seven nations joined together to offer work service, learn from each other’s culture and religion while listening and sharing about ways to help improve our communities.

World Interfaith Harmony Week Observed in Moscow

Moscow, Russia—Young people from 13 nations took part in a Religious Youth Service (RYS) volunteer project related to World Interfaith Harmony Week.