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 the Marshall Islands

At the airport, Dr. and Mrs. Sun Myung Moon were welcomed to Palau by the Vice President Witten T. Philippo representing President Kessai Note, who was on a state visit to Israel.

The inauguration of the Universal Peace Federation in the Marshall Islands took place at the main government building which houses the president’s offices and the parliament. Vice President Philippo  gave the welcoming address to the audience of 300. Dr. Chung Sik Yong, Chairman of UPF-Oceania, introduced Father Moon.

Father and Mother Moon first visited the Marshall Islands in 2000. During his peace message, Father Moon expressed sympathy for the Marshallese people. “I have heard about how you have suffered due to atomic testing some years ago,” he said. “I listened to the first lady in tears sharing about this situation.”

To avoid future exploitation by powerful nations, he suggested that the Pacific nations  join in a commonwealth of nations.

The event included an invitation for couples to join in a world peace blessing toast of marriage rededication.

Marshall Islands has a population of approximately 70,000. An independent nation only since 1986, Marshall Islands is in a compact of free association with the United States. The USA has a military base on one of the islands, Kwajalein, with about 3,000 personnel. Also the USA pays ongoing reparations to Marshallese who suffered from radiation due to many nuclear tests carried out on or near some of the islands in the years following World War II.

On Father Moon's initiative, a high school was established in Hawaii for outstanding Pacific Island students. A number of Marshallese youth are students at the new school.

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 Supports International Congress for Unity

Sochi, Russia—UPF was a main partner in the 1st Congress of the International Peoples’ Alliance of the World.

‘Peace Road’ Traces 1945 Death March

Steyr, Austria—Participants bicycled more than 400 kilometers from the Hungarian border to the Mauthausen concentration camp.

UPF-Lebanon Expands Aid Distribution to Second City

Tripoli, Lebanon—UPF-Lebanon held a second distribution of food and other items to needy families.