Europe and Middle East—The July 2021 ILC’s fourth session was on the theme “The Emerging Power of Women’s Diplomacy toward Sustainable Peace.”
Europe and the Middle East—The impact of the Abraham Accords was the focus of a UPF-IAPD webinar.
Acre, Israel—UPF held a special interfaith meeting to counter the distrust between communities.
Europe and the Middle East—Church leaders and scholars addressed conflicts and pandemic concerns.
Europe and the Middle East—After eight sessions focusing on Korean reunification, ILC2021 concluded with a spirit of accomplishment and hope.
Europe and the Middle East—The International Association of Academicians for Peace organized one of the ILC2021 sessions.
Intervention of Mr. Yoshihiro Yamazaki,Coordinator of IAAP for Europe and the Middle East.
Europe and the Middle East—A number of distinguished women spoke about women’s potential as peacemakers.
Prayer of Sheikh Mohamad Ali Al-Haj Al-Amili, Imam, As-Sajjad Seminary, Lebanon.
France—The UPF co-founder’s speech set the direction for the International Leadership Conference’s eight sessions.
London, United Kingdom—A proposed Japan-Korea tunnel may join the ranks of the world’s most famous tunnels.
Intervention of Ms. Gözde Dizdar, the vice president of Centrist Asia Pacific Democrats International, Turkey.
Europe and the Middle East—Experts from Morocco, Israel, the United States and Europe discussed the Morocco Tripartite Agreement.
Vienna, Austria—UPF co-sponsored an international virtual conference in support of Pakistan’s Interfaith Harmony Council.
Jerusalem, Israel—Contributions of medical professionals and others during the COVID pandemic were recognized.
Biel/Bienne, Switzerland—A UPF webinar discussed how North Korea can integrate itself peacefully into the world economy.
Istanbul, Turkey—UPF chapters in Turkey and Korea held an online conference about the Turkish soldiers who fought in the Korean War.
New York, United States—A UPF webinar commemorated two United Nations observances.
Vienna, Austria—UPF co-sponsored a webinar that examined faith-based organizations’ role in bringing peace and preventing crime.
Istanbul, Turkey—A UPF program recognized Turkey’s contributions to the Korean War.
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