Newcastle, United Kingdom—The “Peace Road” event followed the 154 km path of the ancient Hadrian’s Wall.
Birmingham, United Kingdom—Seven faith traditions were represented at a mini-Peace Festival organized by UPF.
Europe and Middle East—The July 2021 ILC’s first session was on the theme “Track 1.5 Diplomacy Initiatives with North Korea.”
Europe and Middle East—The July 2021 ILC’s sixth session was on the theme “Talking to the Heart: Culture as Peacemaker.”
Europe and Middle East—The July 2021 ILC’s eighth session was on the theme “Beyond Borders: The Peace Road Initiative" & Closing.
Europe and Middle East—The August 2021 ILC’s first session was on the theme “The Japan-Korea Tunnel: Toward Northeast Asian Prosperity and a Connected World of Peace”
Europe and the Middle East—The June 2021 ILC’s second session was “Commemorating the 71st Anniversary of the Korean War.
Europe and the Middle East—The June 2021 ILC’s third session was “Europe and Russia’s Relations to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.”
Europe and the Middle East—The June 2021 ILC’s second session on “Commemorating the 71st Anniversary of the Korean War - Q&A.
London, United Kingdom—Four guest speakers gave their insights into parenting and child development.
Closing remarks by Dr. Michael Balcomb, Chair, FFWPU Europe nd Middle East.
Intervention of Mr. Humphrey Hawksley, Author, Commentator, and Broadcaster; Longstanding BBC Foreign Correspondent, United Kingdom.
Intervention of Hon. Keith Best, former member of the British Parliament, UPF UK Chair of the Board of Trustees.
Intervention of Dr. Michael Balcomb, Regional President, FFWPU Europe and the Middle East, United Kingdom.
Intervention of Ms. Batool Subeiti, Chemical Engineer. Former President of the Islamic Society, Birmingham University. Political activist and campaigner.
Intervention of Professor Roger Vickerman, em}eritus professor of European economics at the University of Kent in the United Kingdom
Europe and the Middle East—An online conference of parliamentarians addressed the issue of Korean reunification.
London, United Kingdom—A proposed Japan-Korea tunnel may join the ranks of the world’s most famous tunnels.
Europe and the Middle East—A webinar asked if people of faith can help to unite the divided Korean Peninsula.
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