Düsseldorf, Germany—The local branch of UPF found a new way to commemorate the International Day of Peace—by holding a “peace concert.”
Munich, Germany—To mark the 2018 International Day of Peace, UPF-Munich organized an interreligious peace meeting, as it has done every year for the past ten years.
Frankfurt, Germany—The guest speaker at a UPF program showed how to have constructive communication in the family and elsewhere.
Hamburg, Germany—A special Peace Road event brought bicyclists to the former border between East and West Germany.
Bonn, Germany—The local chapter of UPF held a presentation which asked whether Western civilization is in decline.
Berlin, Germany—Twenty peace activists bicycled along the route of the former Berlin Wall as part of the 2018 Peace Road event.
Regensburg, Germany—Inspired by the motto “Connecting the World through Peace,” 18 bicyclists rode along the Danube River, which connects 10 European nations.
Munich, Germany—UPF-Munich organized a “Peace Road” bicycle tour to Muslim, Christian and Jewish houses of worship.
Nuremberg, Germany—A UPF program discussed how to translate the phrase “Peace Starts with Me” into actions with results.
Stuttgart, Germany—About 110 members of the MIHR Foundation, a Muslim group, attended a UPF event that included a World Peace Blessing.
Karlsruhe, Germany—Visitors to a UPF meeting received a taste of the unusual as they took part in a traditional Japanese tea ceremony.
Giessen, Germany—One hundred years after the Republic of Finland came into existence, UPF celebrated with a program about Finnish history and culture.
Bonn, Germany—Karl Marx, who studied briefly in Bonn, was the topic of a UPF event titled “Who Was Marx Really?”
Bonn, Germany—Attachment, the deep emotional bond that underlies the parent-child relationship, was the topic of a talk organized by UPF.
Stuttgart, Germany—“Family and Inclusive Societies” was the theme of a celebration of UN International Day of Families 2018.
Munich, Germany—A recognized expert on Karl Marx and his teachings asked a Munich audience whether a renaissance of Marxism would be desirable.
Bremen, Germany—Guests were educated and entertained by song and dance at UPF’s “Africa and Global Peace” program.
Düsseldorf, Germany—The Düsseldorf interreligious prayer circle used its January meeting to find out how Ethiopians celebrate Christmas.
Berlin, Germany—The Berlin chapter of UPF held a year-end meeting to exchange thoughts and ideas and discuss the upcoming year.
Düsseldorf, Germany—A holiday celebration held by UPF of Düsseldorf featured a talk on the true meaning of Christmas.
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