International Day of Peace Celebrated in Estonia

Tallinn, Estonia - UPF-Estonia invited friends and Ambassadors for Peace to an afternoon program at the Peace Embassy in Tallinn on Sept. 21, 2014. The topic was "Foundations for Lasting Peace." The program consisted of a musical presentation, a PowerPoint presentation, reading of quotations on peace by famous people, and discussion followed by refreshments.

As part of UPF-Eurasia's Baltic Dialogue project, a group of long-distance runners set out from St. Petersburg Sept. 20, 2014 in a super-marathon for peace through neighboring Estonia and Latvia, ending in Vilnius, Lithuania, on Sept. 28. For more details, click here.

 

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