Dr Stephen Hyer Receives an Ambassador for Peace AwardAn Ambassador for Peace award was presented to Professor Dr Stephen Hyer said, 'I feel honoured and privileged to receive this award. I was part of British aid, or Overseas Development Aid, when I worked in African hospitals for example in Mallawi. We got our salary paid by the British Government. Our legacy is still there because I do go back from time to time. It is not all bad but we could do a lot better.'

Ruth Tanner receives an Ambassador for Peace Award

Ruth Tanner is Campaigns and Policy Director at War on Want. War on Want fights poverty in developing countries in partnership and solidarity with people affected by globalisation and campaigns against the root causes of global poverty, inequality and injustice.

Bishop Abel Muzorewa

Harare, Zimbabwe - The first black prime minister of an interim white-dominated government before Zimbabwe's independence, Bishop Abel Muzorewa, died at his Harare home on April 8. He was 85.

A Methodist bishop, Muzorewa joined the government of the short-lived Zimbabwe-Rhodesia in a deal with Ian Smith, the last white prime minister, in 1978, two years ahead of the first all race elections that swept President Robert Mugabe to power and dropped the name of Rhodesia, as the former British colony was known. He was granted peace awards by both Pope John II and the United Nations in the 1970s for his efforts to liberate his country from the United Kingdom. Bishop Muzorewa was a member of UPF's Presiding Council.

Željana Schönauer AFP AwardŽeljana received an Ambassador for Peace award at the Joint Faiths Celebration on April 15th, 2010. She designs and delivers stress management, assertiveness and confidence-building programmes, using art techniques to build self-confidence, creativity and communication. Nominated by Amarjeet-singh Bhamra, she has participated in interfaith projects, engaging people in mutual understanding, respect and care in modern society. She uses her expertise to deliver socially-beneficial, positive changes by empowering individuals to discover and treasure their own identity, as well as the individuality of others. Her passion and strong belief that any barrier can be overcome are powerful motivational tools that inspire her clients to recognise and develop their unique potential. Available for workshops and seminars     This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Jack Lynes Receives an Ambassador for Peace AwardJack Lynes, who explained what Passover has meant to him and the customs his family practices in a speech entitled, 'Passover - the Freedom Pass' was presented an Ambassador for Peace award for his voluntary interfaith activities during the Joint Faiths Celebration on April 15th, 2010.


Dr Husna Ahmad received an Ambassador for Peace award on 15th April 2010 in UPF-UK HQ, 43 Lancaster Gate, London. Dr. Ahmad has been a dedicated member of Faith Regen Foundation’s staff since its inception in 2002 and has previously held the position of Director of Operations, overseeing the smooth running of all projects within the organisation. www.faithregenuk.org


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