UPF-Argentina's Peace Road Activities: “Connecting Argentina through Peace”

On November 13, 2022, UPF-Argentina held an online event featuring reports and videos on Peace Road 2022 activities.


UPF-EUME Co-Sponsors Family Conference in Albania

UPF and an affiliated organization held a conference titled “Family, Society and Universal Values.”


IAPD-USA Convenes Interfaith Prayer

The first Interfaith Prayer for the Nation and the World began on April 10, 2020, with humanity facing the threat of COVID-19.


UPF-Central Europe Hosts Symposium to Discuss Threats to Religious Freedom

“Religious Freedom: The Human Right under Attack” brought together human rights advocates from throughout Europe.


UPF-Spain Holds Peace Celebration to Start the New Year

The interfaith event was dedicated to the current situations in Ukraine and Iran.


2nd "Conference of Hope" Focuses on Threats to Religious Freedom and Human Rights

The 2nd "Conference of Hope" was held in South Korea on December 17 and live streamed to millions of viewers globally.




Click here to learn more about the Think Tank 2022 and UPF's effort in the Peaceful Reunification of the Korean Peninsula.

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Peace Tour Inaugurates UPF in Samoa

The UPF inauguration in Samoa was held at the Government Prayer House, located on a hilltop overlooking Apia and the ocean. Four hundred people were in attendance, including the Prime Minister, Rt. Hon. Tuiladpa Aiono Sailele Malielegaoi, some cabinet members, the Governor of American Samoa H.E. Togiola Tulafono, and many prominent Christian leaders.

A large choir from the Council of Christian Churches of Samoa performed several songs throughout the evening. The Prime Minister opened the main event with words of welcome, followed by the opening invocation. He wholeheartedly welcomed Dr. and Mrs. Sun Myung Moon, recognizing their work for peace and the value of the message they bring to Samoa.

The event included an invitation for couples to join in a world peace blessing toast and marriage rededication. Two Christian leaders, Rev, Ija Fay’olo, chair of the National Council of Churches, and Rev. Samuelu Tialavea of the Council of Christian Churches of American Samoa, approached the stage spontaneously and affirmed UPF's emphasis on the family and testifying to Jesus as Lord and Prince of Peace. 

Governor Togiola Tulafono of American Samoa expressed appreciation for Father Moon's tireless efforts for peace. Closing remarks were given by Rev. Fepai Kolia of the Methodist Church, and a closing prayer by Father Sebastian Silva.

Father Moon read the Peace Message of the global tour and elaborated on it for three hours and twenty minutes. The key people in the audience remained throughout the event.

“Because God could not act in relation to fallen people, people have said that God is dead” Father Moon stated. “The people of Samoa should hold a demonstration against those who say that God is dead.”

Samoa is a Christian nation as a result of Christian missionaries who arrived in the 19th century. Samoa has a key role in the Pacific Forum and will host the Pacific Games in 2007.

To read the inaugural peace message, click here.
To download a report booklet of the UPF Founders' 2005 World Peace Tour, click here.

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UPF-Hungary Hosts "Voices of Peace" Lecture Series

Budapest, Hungary—The UPF online lecture series "The Voice of Peace" is based on the Peace Principles on which a harmonious world can be built.

UPF-Norway Promotes UN World Interfaith Harmony Week

Oslo, Norway—In cooperation with Norway’s largest mosque, UPF organized the program “Prayer for Peace” in honor of UN World Interfaith Harmony Week.

UPF-Argentina Participates in "Let's Plant Trees: Let's Sow Peace" Campaign

Buenos Aires, Argentina—An olive tree was planted during an indigenous people’s gathering to support peaceful coexistence with the environment.