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Peace Education

UPF-San Marino Publishes "Voci di Pace"

San Marino, San Marino—This is the newest issue of Voci di Pace (“Voices of Peace”), the Italian-language magazine that is published three times a year by Universal Peace Federation and Women’s Federation for World Peace of San Marino and Italy. To read it, click here.

This first issue of 2022 focuses on the World Summit, which was held in South Korea from February 11 to 13, and the fifth Sunhak Peace Prize awards ceremony, which took place during the summit.

In addition, the issue of climate change is addressed from various angles, including an excerpt from a speech given by Dr. Sun Jin Moon on this topic.

Important articles written by Ambassadors for Peace also appear in this issue.


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