Intervention of H.E. Fatmir Sejdiu, President (2006-2010), Kosovo, in the Peace Talks Webinar on 30-7-2020 on the theme “The Western Balkans Facing up to Historical Challenges and Seizing Looming Opportunities”.
Rome, Italy—Current and former senators and academics discussed the need to work together to solve the current world crises.
Rome, Italy—Anxiety and stress resulting from social distancing were the topics of a webinar held by UPF and an affiliated organization.
Intervention of Hon. Pier Ferdinando Casini, Member of the Senate of the Republic of Italy, in the Peace Talks Webinar on 26-5-2020.
Italy—“The Role of Faith and Spirituality in the Time of the Coronavirus” was the topic of UPF-Italy’s webinar.
More than 2,600 viewers from 58 countries watched the discussion on the European Union and rules-based global order.
Vienna, Austria—The second Europe/Middle East “Peace Talks” was inspired by the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II.
Cascais, Portugal—UPF has been active in volunteer work during the coronavirus-related lockdown of spring 2020.
The first UPF Peace Talks webinar organized by UPF Europe and the Middle East on the theme "The Role of Faith in Times of Crisis" took place on Tuesday, May 12, 2020.
Lisbon, Portugal—A UPF-Portugal delegation had a meeting with Professor Paulo Mendes Pinto to introduce him to UPF and its activities.
Italy—The latest issue of Voices of Peace, produced jointly by the UPF chapters of Italy and San Marino, is attached.
Lisbon, Portugal—The importance of World Summit 2020 was the topic of a meeting of Ambassadors for Peace.
Lisbon, Portugal—Books, clothes, and supplies were collected and sent to two African nations through the efforts of UPF and its affiliated organizations.
Lisbon, Portugal—UPF-Portugal joined an international Lusophone organization in visiting the parliament of Portugal.
Lisbon, Portugal—UPF board members attended the first day of the III Lusophone Congress on the Science of Religions.
The future of Europe and of Africa is a common future, and only by discussing together this common future will it be successful.
“We can no longer say to each other, "your side of the boat is sinking;" we have to solve issues together. If there is a common problem we have to find a common solution.”
Odivelas, Portugal—UPF was invited to participate in the city’s World Interfaith Harmony Week events and activities.
Marbella, Spain—One hundred representatives of different faiths attended the “Meeting for Peace and Dialogue: Strengthening Ties among Different Paths.”
Seoul, Korea—Balkans experts gathered at a special session of World Summit 2020 to discuss the region’s progress to a peaceful future.
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