UPF-India Commemorates International Day of Peace with Online Campaign

UPF-India commemorated the UN International Day of Peace and International Day of Nonviolence with a 12-day online campaign in which more than 5,000 people took part.


UPF Supports Sudanese Peace Initiative and Juba Peace Agreement

The Juba Peace Agreement, an historic peace initiative between Sudan’s transitional government and several rebel groups, was signed on October 3, 2020, aimed at ending years of war in which hundreds of thousands have died.


‘Peace Road’ Event Held on World Walking Day

UPF and affiliated organizations staged a Peace Road event on World Walking Day.


Coalition of Faith-Based Organizations Webinar Looks at Organized Crime on an International Level: Part Two

The afternoon session of the webinar organized by the Coalition of Faith-Based Organizations on combatting organized crime and corruption had 100 attendees from 31 countries.


Founder’s Centenary and UPF Anniversary Celebrated in Hungary

One hundred participants commemorated the centenary of the UPF founder and the 15th anniversary of the founding of UPF.


UPF Co-Hosts Interfaith Program on United Nations Day

Speakers from many faith backgrounds joined a UPF commemoration of United Nations Day.




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Peace Tour Inaugurates UPF in Cameroon

Yaoundé, Cameroon - About 1200 enthusiastic people jammed the main hall of the Congress Hall in Yaoundé, Cameroon to listen to Rev. Dr. Pak No Hi inaugurate the Universal Peace Federation on November 10. Dr. Pak and his wife, Professor Dr. Moon Lan Young, were deputized by Dr. and Mrs. Sun Myung Moon, who were originally scheduled to lead the inaugural event.

The crowd in the Hall was made up of distinguished guests from every field of Cameroon society, including politics, religion, business, University professors and students. Representatives came in from as far away as Chad, Central African Republic, Gabon, Congo Brazzaville, and Equatorial Guinea for the event.

Even on the day of the event, most were aware that Father and Mother Moon were no longer able to come to Cameroon in person. “Having prepared for so long, it was heartbreaking news,” said organizer Dr. Jang Taechang, “but the show must go on.” And go on it did. As the Yaoundé population responded to the more than 3000 invitations distributed, the registration tables were crowded. Before the emcee Mrs. Pius Manchang opened the program, the hall was already full to capacity with people standing along the walls.

Both Islamic and Christian leaders — Sheikh Nouredine and Bishop Tang Pierre — offered invocations. A choir and four traditional dance groups created a festive atmosphere in preparation for the reading of the peace message of the global tour.

Among those in attendance were Mrs. Bakanbok Mbock Catherine, Minister of Social Affairs; Mrs. Bomback Suzane, Minister of Women and Family Promotion; Mr. Etame Massoma David Siegfried, Minister Delegate at the Presidency and Dr. Baye Martina, Technical Adviser Ministry of Health.

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World Leaders and Millions around the World Call for Peace at Third Online Rally of Hope

Seoul, Korea—Viewers from 194 countries tuned into hundreds of broadcast stations and gathered online to call for peace among and between nations at an event sponsored by UPF.

UPF-Russia Webinar Explores Korea’s Future

Moscow, Russia—UPF held a webinar on the theme "Prospects for Peace on the Korean Peninsula."

UPF Webinar Brings Together Clergy From Four South American Countries

Asunción, Paraguay—On Saturday, November 7, a “Peace Talks” webinar was organized by UPF members from Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Paraguay.