A Vision for Peace building in the Gobal Era

The Universal Peace Federation, in cooperation with Ambassadors for Peace of all nations and faiths, has been involved in peacebuilding throughout the world through interreligious dialogue, consultations on peace and security, initiatives for peace in areas of conflict, peace education, and a multitude of other programs. In this session, the UPF peacebuilding principles and practices will be presented, and respected statesmen and Ambassadors for Peace will give their perspective on the critical challenges of our time and their vision for bringing effective peacebuilding solutions.

Moderator:  Mr. Umberto Angelucci, Chair, UPF Middle East and North Africa      

Welcome Greetings: Lord Nazir Ahmed of Rotherham, House of Lords, United Kingdom

Speakers

  • Jack Corley, Chair, UPF Europe
  • Jacques Marion, Secretary General, UPF Europe

Commentators

  • J. Martin Ramirez, Chair, Centre for Conflict Studies, Nebrija University, Spain
  • Erna Hennicot-Schoepges, Vice President, Institute for Cultural Diplomacy; former Speaker of the Luxembourg Parliament
  • Robert Vandemeulebroucke, Ambassador (Ret.), Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Belgium

Video presentation

 

Hon. Erna Hennicot Schoepges

Politicians with visions should see their medical doctors, I was told. Politicians without visions have the only target to get re-elected and to stay on top of the polls. Predicting what will be the world in which our children will grow up is impossible. Technology is changing so fast, that today we cannot even tell young people what will be theirs jobs in the next decade.

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