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Introduction to the Universal Peace Federation

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The Student Peace-Building Corps is an international movement of student leaders working in cooperation to build peace at all levels.  

Its members, known as Collegiate Ambassadors for Peace, represent the religious, racial and ethnic diversity of the human family that stand on the common ground of shared principles and are committed to the path of promoting reconciliation, overcoming barriers, and building peace.

Read more: Student Peace-Building Corps Report

Presenting a laptop for telemedicine at Allia Government Hospital Hebron, Robin Marsh, Dr Omar Al-Alool and David Sasson.

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The Holy Land Medical Project is a partnership of Saving Lives, a Rotarian Medical Aid Agency, and the Universal Peace Federation’s Middle East Peace Initiative. It is following a successful model of collaborative health care in parts of India that assisted reconciliation between two communities in conflict.

Read more: Healing in the Holy Land: Medical Project Unites Communites

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 13 May 2008 - The Universal Peace Federation’s London headquarters played host to some sixty people who had come to attend the first in a series of interfaith initiative events which are planned to take place across London and beyond in the near future.

Read more: Interfaith Initiatives Meeting

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Last night we held a meeting entitled ‘Perspectives on Iraq’ to hear the views of several people about the current situation in Iraq.

Dave Anderson MP, Joint President of the Labour Friends of Iraq and a long time official of the Trade Union, Unison, said that he had been opposed to the 2003 invasion of Iraq but had become involved in the Labour Friends of Iraq. He had accepted an invitation to visit Iraq from the Iraqi Trade Union movement who, he discovered, had welcomed the invasion as a liberation from Sadaam Hussein. He felt the most important point was to listen to the Iraqi people in how to help them solve their problems. Dave had taken Iraqis to the North East to his constituency to visit business people and to show   them how the political and civil system worked. He said, “we’re a helping hand” from which Iraq can gain a lot but also we have a lot to learn from Iraq which is, after all, the cradle of civilisation.

Read more: Iraq Perpectives

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17 people attended the monthly UPF inspired interfaith meeting in Glasgow at the Pollowshield community hall; there were 4 new-comers.

Read more: People's Bad Behaviour

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An interfaith meeting held at the Pillowshield Community Centre in Glasgow on 22nd May sought to explore the vexing question as to whether Satan actually exists.

Read more: Does Satan Exist?