World Summit 2022: Executive Summary and Plenary Reports

World Summit 2022 was held February 10-14, 2022, with global leaders calling for an end to the Cold War’s last remaining vestige—the divided Korean peninsula.

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5th Sunhak Peace Prize Award Ceremony

The 5th Sunhak Peace Prize award ceremony, held on February 12, 2022, focused on the “response to the global pandemic.”

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World Summit 2022: Seoul Resolution

The Seoul Resolution of the World Summit 2022.

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UPF-Peru Commemorates UN International Women's Day 2022

On March 4, 2022, UPF-Peru and Red MUALIC celebrated UN International Women’s Day 2022.

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UPF-Portugal Joins with UPF-Angola for Think Tank 2022 Program

UPF-Portugal participated in a Think Tank 2022 event held in Angola.

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4th Think Tank 2022 Forum Features Former U.S. Secretary of Defense

Hon. Mark Esper stated, “We must stand together, we must stand up for one another, and we must assist those who are not yet strong enough to resist the autocratic actions of others.”

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American Clergy Bring Peace Message to Guinea

Conakry, Guinea - Seven American Christian leaders, accompanied by Adama Doumbia, the UPF West Africa Chairman, arrived in Guinea on November 13 to deliver the UPF peace message. They were received by three local Ambassadors for Peace, including H.E. Michel Kamano, President of Economic and Social Council of Guinea, who also serves as the UPF president in Guinea.

The next morning, the first rally took place at the Islamic Center, which is among the biggest mosques in the world. Guinea has a population of 10 million, 80 percent are Muslim. To hold an event at the biggest mosque is very significant, and top Islamic leaders all over the capital attended the event, including the Minister of Islamic Affairs. There were 95 imams in the hall. Twenty of them were appointed Ambassadors for Peace, including the Minister of Islamic affairs, who gave a gift to all the visitors.

In the afternoon, there was a rally at the Anglican Cathedral. There were 200 participants, including 20 priests and pastors. The Anglican Archbishop in Guinea accepted an appointment as an Ambassador for Peace together with five of his priests.

The events included reading the UPF peace message and offering a prayer of blessing of marriage.

To read a message delivered at UPF peace rallies, click here.

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UPF-Russia Supports Electronics Recycling Drive

Lyubertsy, Russia—UPF volunteers supported the collection of used electronics and household appliances for recycling.

UPF-France Holds Assembly for Ambassadors for Peace

Paris, France—Ambassadors for Peace were invited to a meeting to hear about activities in the first quarter of 2022.

UPF-Australia Peace Seminar Explores Solutions to Global Challenges

Melbourne, Australia—UPF-Australia held its first peace seminar of 2022 on “‘Head-Wing:’ Meeting Global Challenges Together, Beyond Religious and Ideological Divides.”