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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

June 2021
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Speeches

“We media representatives should gather the wisdom of all those who aspire for peace and take the lead in realizing the ideals of a global community. We hope to strengthen our solidarity and friendship to establish and spread freedom, responsibility, and true values of the press.”

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“[T]here needs to be better understanding and fine coverage of regional conflicts—and the need to provide useful guidelines to deal with these new realities would indeed support the creation of a new global association of journalists whose role would begin by exerting its influence on what is most precious to all of us: peace.”

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“IMAP can do no better service to humanity than publishing ethical standards, bringing to bear the need for accurate and responsible journalism, and building regional associations of nations for peace, security, and human development.”

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“When exercised cleanly and without pressure, journalism is a noble profession, but in many impoverished nations, especially in the Third World, the profession has degenerated and ends up distorting the reality of events, many times by 100 percent.”

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“I would suggest that IMAP look at the world more broadly, more ambitiously and with a more generous spirit. I would stretch the vision out. Not just exposing the government, not just making the government better, but rather making the world a better place.”

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“I am … proposing that immigration be one of the main items of the agenda for next year’s summit. Various speakers would be able to share their knowledge, views, strategies, good practices, etc. related to the subject with all the members of the conference. We cannot talk about values and leave out such an important subject from being discussed at the level of this World Conference.”

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Twenty-seven participants in the August International Leadership Conference reflected on their experiences.

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“We are looking at the vision for 2020 from the doors of development and peace. If these two are the goals, then for achieving them we shall require special keys to open these doors. We have learned from experience that dialogue is the key for development and partnership is the key for peace.”

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“It is only when we join hands as both serving and former leaders that we can successfully harness all our energies toward building peace on our continent and around the world.”

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“It is only when we join hands as both serving and former leaders that we can successfully harness all our energies toward building peace on our continent and around the world.”

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“As we prepare for the Centennial Anniversary of our beloved man of peace, the late Rev. Sun Myung Moon, which we will commemorate next year, we the leaders of parliament, political parties, civil society, religion and the academe must work together in carrying out Father Moon and Mother Moon’s vision of world peace and promote peace and reconciliation, peaceful settlement of disputes, sustainable human development, and join in fighting poverty, disease, and climate change and environmental degradation.”

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“Unique to UPF’s vision through the IAPP and the IAPD is an appreciation for the contribution of faith leaders and Godly principles as cornerstones in the foundations for peace. What has been most special in this work over the years is the intentional effort to bring heads of state and members of parliaments together with faith leaders to break through racial and cultural barriers, to see the solutions that are possible.”

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