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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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Moscow, Russia—Despite continuous rain, nine teams fought hard in the Play Football for Peace tournament.

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Seoul, South Korea—An International Leadership Conference drew more than 300 participants from 60 nations and focused on preparations for World Summit 2020.

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Birmingham, United Kingdom—More than 100 people gathered to discuss the challenging influences that are impacting children and young people in modern society.

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Vienna, Austria—UPF co-sponsored a cultural evening highlighting Bosnia and Herzegovina called “Encounter through Art and Music.”

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Vienna, Austria—UPF-Austria held a roundtable discussion titled “Horn of Africa and the Middle East – Perspectives for Peace and Development.”

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Deir El Harf, Lebanon—Nearly 100 bicyclists participated in the biggest Peace Road event ever held in Lebanon.

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Abjua, Nigeria—From November 28 to 29, 2017, the UN Office of the Special Adviser on Africa (OSAA) held an Expert Group Meeting on “The role of African Civil Society Organization in Preventing Violent Extremism in Africa”.

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Benin City, Nigeria—An Australian Ambassador for Peace has launched a nonprofit project to alleviate poverty in Africa.

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Helsinki, Finland—Starting at the spiritual center of Finland, UPF supporters held a Peace Road walking event through the center of Helsinki.

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Lima, Peru—As part of Peace Road 2019, UPF-Peru sponsored a marathon with over 500 participants.

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Vienna, Austria—UPF co-sponsored a roundtable discussion titled “Economic Potentials and Opportunities in Afghanistan.”

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Vienna, Austria—The Austrian chapter of UPF has inaugurated a new initiative called Culture for Peace.

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