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Oceania Leadership Conference Comes to Auckland, New Zealand

New Zealand-2018-07-24-Oceania Leadership Conference Comes to Auckland, New Zealand

Auckland, New Zealand—UPF-New Zealand was privileged to host a one-day Oceania Leadership Conference. Initiated by Rev. Shang Seon Park, chairman of UPF-Oceania, it was held on July 24 at the Parnell Centre. Dr. Robert Kittel, international president of Youth and Students for Peace, presented on topics related to UPF’s Principles of Peace, including the purpose of life, the root cause of human suffering, and God’s work throughout history.

About 40 people attended the program. As they wanted to hear more from Dr. Kittel, we hope we can organize a similar seminar soon in New Zealand.

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