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Peace and Security

Consultations take place among scholars, diplomats, government officials, civil society representatives and religious leaders.

 

A delegation from the Universal Peace Federation had an audience with the recently elected President of the African National Congress, Mr. Jacob Zuma, on January 14, 2008, at the ANC headquarters, Lithuli House, in downtown Johannesburg.

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One day after the signing of a proposed new European Union treaty, Ambassadors for Peace addressed a UPF-Europe conference on leadership and good governance in Bergen aan Zee Dec. 14-16, 2007. 

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Brazzaville, Republic of Congo - Three hundred people from the Republic of Congo attended UPF’s Assembly 2007 held at the House of the Speaker on December 14, 2007.

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Sec. Gen. Awards the Deputy Comptroller General of Customs Mrs. Ako

"I am particularly impressed with the Universal Peace Federation for its focus on the family as the textbook of peace," Justice Minister and Attorney General of Nigeria, Hon. Michael Aondoakaa, stated upon his return to Nigeria after participating in UPF's International Leadership Conference in New York.

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Benin's National Peace Council was launched on July 7, 2007, with more than 120 participants.

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Seoul, Korea - A World Summit on Peace sponsored by the Universal Peace Federation opening in Seoul on February 21, brought together about 300 leaders to address the theme, "Forming New Alliances at a Time of Global Crisis."

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Ganta City in Nimba County became the site of the first county-level Peace Council in Liberia, which met on July 31, 2006 with nearly 800 persons in attendance.

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Seoul, Korea - A diverse group of political and religious leaders gathered in Seoul on June 10 for a three-day World Peace Summit to consider alternative pathways to peace.

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Tokyo, Japan - Representatives from 22 island nations gathered in Tokyo at the Asia-Pacific Island Nations Summit, March 19-23, 2006, to discuss ways of partnering to address their common vulnerabilities.

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The Universal Peace Federation (UPF), a peace building organization in the country, has been urged to assist the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) in order to carry out its mandates to find root causes of the past war in the country.

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In Liberia, life is very basic. Food, paper, electricity — they are not to be taken for granted. It has been awhile since I have been in this area of Africa, but this nation has experienced 20 years of bloody civil war. Our Peace Conference is drawing some very good representatives from Liberia and Sierra Leone and a few from Guinea. All have suffered violence that flows back an forth like raw sewage on the incoming and outgoing tides. You can not have peace in all, if peace is missing in one of these nations.

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In light of repeated terrorist attacks in Israel and Palestine, well-intentioned relatives, friends, and State Department had cautioned interfaith peace activists against undertaking a peace mission to Israel, let alone entering Gaza. But where are peacebuilders, both men and women, needed if not in the vortex of conflict?

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