The Korean War began in 1950, 70 years ago. The war concluded not with a peace treaty but with an armistice, leaving the once unified Korean peninsula divided, despite being populated by a people with a common history, culture, and language.
The guiding principles of UPF are interdependence, mutual prosperity, and universal values. With these in mind, we work to build a world of lasting peace, a world wherein all people live together in harmony and cooperation, as one family under God.
In light of the rapidly developing EU response to the Coronavirus Pandemic, all in-person meetings and gatherings of UPF in Europe are now suspended until further notice. However, online and alternative services and programs are being developed and updates will be posted here.
All UPF facilities are now closed to the public, and UPF staff are being directed to work from home. We are committed to following and supporting all EU and national government guidelines.
The 2019 Sunhak Peace Prize was awarded to Waris Dirie and Dr. Akinwumi Ayodeji Adesina at a ceremony in Seoul, South Korea.