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Albanian Youth Inspired by UPF Founder

Albania-2019-05-02-Albanian Youth Inspired by UPF Founder

Vlorë, Albania—High school students participated in an essay competition, organized by UPF, which was inspired by the UPF founder.

This competition was held with the strong support of the chairwoman of the Local Peace Council and with the cooperation of the University of Vlorë.

Students who had been recommended by their teachers were asked to read As a Peace-Loving Global Citizen, the autobiography of Rev. Dr. Sun Myung Moon, and then to write an essay based on the contents of the book.

It was amazing to see young students be inspired by the life of the UPF founder and even to choose him as a role model for their own future.

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