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.




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UPF-UK Hosts Reception for Chairman of Nepal's National Assembly

United Kingdom-2022-10-23-UPF-UK Meets Nepalese Parliamentary Leader

London, United Kingdom—During a visit to London, Hon. Ganesh Prasad Timilsina, the chairman of Nepal’s National Assembly, paid a visit to the offices of UPF-UK.

Hon. Timilsina has spoken at UPF international events, including the Rallies of Hope. It was at the request of Hon. Ek Nath Dhakal, the Asia-Pacific regional chair of UPF’s International Association of Parliamentarians for Peace, that the meeting with UPF-UK took place on October 23, 2022.

During our conversation we were introduced to the inclusivity of the Nepalese constitution amid the diversity of the nation. We were not aware that 126 languages are spoken in Nepal. The constitution enables all sections of Nepal to feel included.

Hon. Puspa Raj Timilsina, a member of the National Commission on Inclusion who was accompanying Hon. Ganesh Prasad Timilsina, informed us of the constitutional requirements for inclusion. It includes a guaranteed 33 percent of the National Assembly to be women as well as the president and vice president to represent male and female.

Hon. Keith Best, chairman of UPF-UK’s Board of Trustees and a former member of the U.K. Parliament, reflected, "Although the UK likes to pride itself on being the mother of Parliaments, I believe that in all humility we should accept that we have much to learn from other legislatures.”

This meeting has revived the relationship with the UK Nepalese resident community. UPF-UK plans to meet and have a cultural program with this community in 2023.

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UPF-Hungary Lecture Focuses on Loneliness

Budapest, Hungary—The new lecture series is based on principles on which a harmonious world can be built.

UPF-Norway Promote Interfaith ‘Prayer for Peace’

Oslo, Norway—In cooperation with Norway’s largest mosque, UPF organized the program “Prayer for Peace.”

Olive Tree Planting During Indigenous People Party in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires, Argentina—An olive tree was planted during an indigenous people’s gathering in Buenos Aires on February 4, 2023.