19-26 June 2008 - A joint venture by Service for Peace International and the Special Task Force Europe Volunteer Programme to rehabilitate a primary school in Amanvi, Tanda located in the Ivory Coast proved to be an enormous success. Volunteers gained invaluble experiences while contributing to the small community of the Ivory Coast nation.
9 July 2008 - The British Academy for World Peace, in partnership with UPF, held a book launch and special presentation by Professor Lord Bhikhu Parekh in London. Lord Parekh laid out the context of the dialogue between Muslims and the indigenous European community by looking at the stages of immigration and the resulting pressures these brought.
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.
19th July - 2nd August 2008, Czech Republic - WAIT is a proactive educational project that shows the benefits of abstinence until marriage. Further training for teams to be able to present its central message took place this summer in Zbraslavice in the Czech Republic.