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Introduction to the Universal Peace Federation

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Peace and Development

Henri Pierre KoubakaMonthly Ambassador for Peace meeting to consider Sustainable Development Goals. More Photos http://bit.ly/1ruNsAw

Breaking the Slave Chain'Breaking the Slave Chain' a Youth UPF and ABSoc event in SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies) University of London last night. Humphrey Hawksley (BBC World Affairs Correspondent), Hannah Bruce (Ethical Trading Initiative), Colleen Theron (Stop the Traffik)

Read more: Breaking the Slave Chain

UPFFather Moon's Ascension 2nd Anniversary

Universal Peace Federation (UPF) – UK


2nd Anniversary of Father Moon's Ascension

(UPF Co-Founder)

3:00pm, Saturday, 16th August 2014

Draft Programme


Read more: Father Moon's Ascension 2nd Anniversary UPF-UK Commemoration Draft Programme

African Womens RoleSouth African Superstar and Legendary SingerYVONNE CHAKA CHAKA who is also UNICEF & Roll Back Malaria Ambassador and Founder of Princess of Africa Foundation will be a Keynote Speaker at a 'Africa Rising: The Role of the Diaspora African Woman' Conference on 2nd October from 1.00 pm to 4.00 pm, together with Justina Mutale, who is African Woman of the Year 2012, International Women’s Think Tank Global Envoy and World Leaders Forum Advisory Board Member. For conference tickets please see here

Read more: Africa Rising: The Role of the Diaspora African Woman

Imam Dr Mufti SajidUniversal Peace Federation (UPF) - UK

Anniversary of Father Moon's Ascension (UPF Co-Founder)

Speech by IMAM DR Mufti Abduljalil Sajid, The Muslim Council for Religious and Racial Harmony UK

‘I have witnessed myself his great contribution in building bridges to bring peace in the world. That is why he is rightly named as a ‘peace king’ and he has worked beyond borders of any differences of race, culture, religion and many other differences in which we human beings are divided.’

The two slogans emphasised by Rev'd Moon I first heard from my father at the age of four and a half. He taught me several sentences in Arabic from the Koran:

‘Best human beings are those who serve others, (my father added) selflessly’

When I read that Rev'd Moon said ‘you must live for the sake of others’, I thought that 'this is the Prophet’s Message so he is the Prophet of God who inviting us to sacrifice ourselves for the sake of others.'

Read more: Imam Dr Mufti Abduljalil Sajid Speech on 2nd Anniversary of Father Moon's Ascension

Justina Mutale

ONE GLOBAL HUMAN FAMILY BUILT ON LOVE, PEACE & UNITY

By Justina Mutale

African Woman of the Year 2012 and UPF Ambassador for Peace

2nd Anniversary of the Ascension of Father Sun Myung Moon

Founder of the Universal Peace Federation

Lancaster Gate, London, Saturday 16th August 2014


Each time I switch on the television in the past few months, I am greeted with horrifying images of war - images of humans killing other humans. Humans fleeing war waged by fellow humans; humans dying from gunfire or bombs dropped by fellow humans; humans dying of hunger, poverty, dehydration, lack of water, lack of food, lack of shelter - all caused by fellow humans. Humans fleeing their homes or being chased out of their homes by other humans; humans becoming refugees in their own homes and in their own countries; humans trying to flee to neighbouring countries for safety, from fellow humans.

Read more: One Global Human Family Built on Love Peace & Unity

Founder’s Address
Assembly of World’s Religions
MacAfee, New Jersey, USA - November 15, 1985

Honorable Chairman, scholars, leaders from religions around the world, ladies and gentlemen!

I welcome you from the bottom of my heart to the Assembly of the World’s Religions. Our gathering here is not an ordinary event. It is itself a great accomplishment that we, from 85 countries and with such a diversity of religions, cultures, traditions, and nationalities, should come together to open our minds, to harmonize with each other, and to share our concerns about the future of humankind. I am sure that God also is delighted with this historical event.

Read more: The Responsibility of Religious Leaders in Building a Culture of Peace