Novazzano, Switzerland—Ten teams of schoolchildren took part in the 2017 Peace Cup soccer tournament, which “entertains and socializes [and is] not just a competition.”
Seend, United Kingdom—England’s beautiful West Country was the setting for a weekend retreat in which Ambassadors for Peace studied the UPF Peace Principles.
Petrovac, Montenegro—Thirty-one Ambassadors for Peace and other VIPs from Albania and Kosovo attended a four-day seminar on the UPF Principles of Peace.
Bad Camberg, Germany — On April 29, 2017 the resident Angolan community in Germany had a meeting at Bad Camberg to celebrate Angola’s Peace and Reconciliation Day, which commemorates the end of its 27-year civil war (1975-2002). The program was organized in partnership with UPF-Portugal and was attended by 175 participants who came from all over Germany.
Giessen, Germany—Japanese poetry and culture were the topic of discussion at an International Café held at the offices of UPF in the town of Giessen.
Linz, Austria—An interreligious breakfast held by UPF asked the question “What Can Religions Contribute to Solving the Problems of Our Age?”
Düsseldorf, Germany—Near-death experiences were the subject of a presentation given by a theologian and philosopher at a meeting held by UPF.