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What is the Mission of the Universal Peace Federation (UPF)?
Through forums, seminars, conferences, service programs, and interfaith peace initiatives, the Universal Peace Federation builds a global network of peace builders to contribute to a world of sustainable peace in which everyone can live in freedom, harmony, cooperation, and prosperity.
The International UPF website (www.upf.org) outlines the purpose of UPF as well as providing news of its worldwide activities and peace initiatives. The UK website covers the local news and upcoming events. There is a short UPF Introduction Video available on this Link
For more here.
UPF Annual Membership Fee £30
Please use the left hand column above to pay UPF's Membership Fee Online or send a cheque payable to 'Universal Peace Federation UK'. (Mailing Address: Universal Peace Federation, 43 Lancaster Gate, London, W2 3NA)
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Benefits of Membership of UPF - UK
We send UPF Newsletters during the year to update our members on recent and upcoming activities. Members will receive priority invitations to UPF -UK events. During our annual UPF Peace Council in early December UPF Secretariat discusses strategy and events for the upcoming year with UPF members.
As a new member we would like to welcome you to our monthly gatherings (usually on the last Tuesday of the month, however you will be advised) where we not only get to know one another through our sharing but have an opportunity to have a presentation on one aspect of the principles guiding the work and spirit of UPF family. In this way we offer you a glimpse of the topic at hand and discussion follows.
A more substantial understanding to the UPF principles can be provided by attending our Introduction to Universal Peace Federation on the second Thursday of each month from 6 pm in 43 Lancaster Gate, London, W2 3NA. Book your place here
Become an Ambassador for Peace (AFP)
Ambassadors for Peace are men and women
dedicated to peace building and doing good for society and have an affinity for a set of principles below.
Launched in 2001, Ambassadors for Peace is a large and diverse international network of peace leaders. They come from all walks of life representing many races, religions, nationalities, and cultures. Periodically we present the Ambassador for Peace Award to those whose lifestyle reflects these principles.
How To Apply
For More Download the Ambassador For Peace Brochure.
Universal Peace Federation-UK held its Annual Peace Council to review the year and plan its 2014 activities on Saturday 7th December in the Lancaster Gate, UK Headquarters. The day included sessions on values, peace initiatives, humanitarian efforts and a Youth UPF concert to raise funds for a peace project in Jerusalem. (Youth UPF Team in photo left)
Dr. and Mrs. Yong Cheon Song visited the UK with a delegation of Japanese members who had supported European activities. They were welcomed by Lord Nazir Ahmed to the House of Lords. Lord Ahmed had launched the Universal Peace Federation in the House of Lords in 2006 and has attended a number of international conferences in the Middle East and the Republic of Korea.
The delegation had a celebratory dinner in Lancaster Gate in the evening before returning to Japan the next day.
Father Moon was a man of endless compassion, courage and love. He was a man with a vision, ‘to liberate humanity through the liberation of God’. From a very young age he devoted his life to not only vocalizing this message but also acting on it. It is easy for us to simply say what we believe in peace, unconditional love or human rights, but to go out into the world and endure hardship and barriers both social and political is something to be commended. Father Moon travelled the world visiting one hundred countries in one hundred days without taking a break. In each country he left an imprint of his message by changing someone’s life be it supporting the Jerusalem Declaration or clearing blood between old enemies.