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Tally Koren singing for a fundraising event

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   IAACP   

Tally Koren singing for a fundraising event
International Association of Arts and Culture for Peace The International Association of Arts and Culture for Peace (IAACP) is a global network of leaders in fields related to the arts and culture, including performing arts, literary arts, fine arts, music, film and dance. Artists are known for their creativity, visionary ideas and capacities to inspire others. Artists bring people together and lead our hearts and minds to reflect on the possibilities for a better world. By bringing together leaders from the arts, IAACP taps into a wellspring of talent that can be utilized in building a world of peace, drawing attention not only to the critical challenges that we face as one human family, but also the opportunities for transformation.
International Association of Arts and Culture for Peace The International Association of Arts and Culture for Peace (IAACP) is a global network of leaders in fields related to the arts and culture, including performing arts, literary arts, fine arts, music, film and dance. Artists are known for their creativity, visionary ideas and capacities to inspire others. Artists bring people together and lead our hearts and minds to reflect on the possibilities for a better world. By bringing together leaders from the arts, IAACP taps into a wellspring of talent that can be utilized in building a world of peace, drawing attention not only to the critical challenges that we face as one human family, but also the opportunities for transformation.
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Fundraising Concert - Second on left Dean Russell MP fourth from left Lionel Wallace High Sheriff of Hertfordshire, singer Nikki Fisher on right
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Fundraising Concert - Second on left Dean Russell MP fourth from left Lionel Wallace High Sheriff of Hertfordshire, singer Nikki Fisher on right

Below are some of our IAACP activities

Below are some of our IAACP activities
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AfricaDay 2015 celebrated African culture, music, and economic growth. Speakers included Charlotte Simon discussing the Congolese Inga Dam, Justina Mutale highlighting African heritage and presenting achievement awards, Pauline Long sharing her business success, and Washington Kapapiro emphasizing the African diaspora's economic contributions in the UK and potential impact on Africa.
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The Nepalese Cultural Programme at the Universal Peace Federation-UK HQ, organized by Nirmal Kumar Thapa, featured the launch of his book 'Ekanta', alongside poetry and song performances in Nepalese and English. Thapa's readings, influenced by Kahlil Gibran, reflected Nepalese cultural themes. Dr. Mike Balcomb recited 'The Crown of Glory' from Father Moon's 'A Peace Loving Global Citizen'. The event is part of UPF UK's ongoing engagement with Nepalese cultural and political activities.
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Little Angels & Dr. Sun Jin Moon's Visit to  the UK to mark the 50th anniversary of the Unification Movement in Europe, with events in Vienna, Frankfurt, and London. She aims to inspire with the vision of her late parents, co-founders of the movements. The visit includes performances by the Korean Little Angels Children's Folk Ballet, celebrating traditional Korean culture. Dr. Moon's visit is part of her broader role in overseeing various philanthropic and business initiatives.
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Music for Peace in the Middle East featuring Israeli and Palestinian musicians at an evening of on the International Day of Peace at St. Peters Church organized by the Universal Peace Federation UK, the event supports the Parents Circle Families Forum's peacebuilding efforts. The concert, featuring artists like player Nizar Al-Issa and composer Udi Glaser, aims to promote reconciliation and cultural understanding through music.
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On left Mr John Grogan MP, Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Committee for Mongolia
Mongolian Opera Evening: The Universal Peace Federation in London celebrated the 800th anniversary of Mongolian statehood with a performance by Mrs. Ayurzama Dolgor, an internationally acclaimed opera soprano. Her performance, blending classical and Mongolian opera, was warmly received. The event featured remarks from His Excellency the Ambassador to Mongolia, Mr. Dalrain Davaasambuu, highlighting Mongolia's historical milestone and the UK's role in Mongolian-EU economic relations, and Mr. John Grogan MP, who shared his experiences from earlier celebrations in Mongolia.
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AfricaDay 2015 celebrated African culture, music, and economic growth. Speakers included Charlotte Simon discussing the Congolese Inga Dam, Justina Mutale highlighting African heritage and presenting achievement awards, Pauline Long sharing her business success, and Washington Kapapiro emphasizing the African diaspora's economic contributions in the UK and potential impact on Africa.
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The Nepalese Cultural Programme at the Universal Peace Federation-UK HQ, organized by Nirmal Kumar Thapa, featured the launch of his book 'Ekanta', alongside poetry and song performances in Nepalese and English. Thapa's readings, influenced by Kahlil Gibran, reflected Nepalese cultural themes. Dr. Mike Balcomb recited 'The Crown of Glory' from Father Moon's 'A Peace Loving Global Citizen'. The event is part of UPF UK's ongoing engagement with Nepalese cultural and political activities.
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Little Angels & Dr. Sun Jin Moon's Visit to  the UK to mark the 50th anniversary of the Unification Movement in Europe, with events in Vienna, Frankfurt, and London. She aims to inspire with the vision of her late parents, co-founders of the movements. The visit includes performances by the Korean Little Angels Children's Folk Ballet, celebrating traditional Korean culture. Dr. Moon's visit is part of her broader role in overseeing various philanthropic and business initiatives.
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Music for Peace in the Middle East featuring Israeli and Palestinian musicians at an evening of on the International Day of Peace at St. Peters Church organized by the Universal Peace Federation UK, the event supports the Parents Circle Families Forum's peacebuilding efforts. The concert, featuring artists like player Nizar Al-Issa and composer Udi Glaser, aims to promote reconciliation and cultural understanding through music.
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Mongolian Opera Evening: The Universal Peace Federation in London celebrated the 800th anniversary of Mongolian statehood with a performance by Mrs. Ayurzama Dolgor, an internationally acclaimed opera soprano. Her performance, blending classical and Mongolian opera, was warmly received. The event featured remarks from His Excellency the Ambassador to Mongolia, Mr. Dalrain Davaasambuu, highlighting Mongolia's historical milestone and the UK's role in Mongolian-EU economic relations, and Mr. John Grogan MP, who shared his experiences from earlier celebrations in Mongolia.
Below are images from some of our IAACP evnets
An Iraq fundraising concert
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A concert in a church in Notting Hill featuring Middle Eastern musicians - Iran, Egypt, Saudi, Israeli and Iraqi.
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Below are images from some of our IAACP evnets
An Iraq fundraising concert
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A concert in a church in Notting Hill featuring Middle Eastern musicians - Iran, Egypt, Saudi, Israeli and Iraqi.
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