Educating Estonian Students about the Day of Peace

Tallinn, Estonia - UPF-Estonia Secretary General Johann Hinterleitner contacted several rural schools offering to present a program about the International Day of Peace. Several schools responded, and arrangements were made for programs in schools in Väike-Maarja and Toila. Students participated actively in the program, asking questions and offering their ideas and suggestions about peacemaking. At the end, each student received a UPF leaflet.

Tolia
Väike-Maarja

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