UPF-Hungary Representatives Meet a Party Leader

December 10, 2014

Budapest, Hungary - Representatives of UPF were officially invited to the Hungarian Parliament House to meet a major party leader.

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Interfaith Harmony Week Commemorated in Budapest

February 5, 2012

 Budapest, Hungary - An interreligious service was held on February 5 and a prayer breakfast on February 7 as part of UN World Interfaith Harmony Week in Budapest.

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Developing Interfaith Outreach in Hungary

December 31, 2011

Budapest, Hungary - UPF-Hungary organized a variety of interfaith programs during 2011, including a visit to a Korean Zen Buddhist temple and a discussion with Zen Buddhist monks, a trip to an annual Hindu festival, and the inauguration of an Interreligious Chapel at the Peace Embassy.

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Hungary Photo Report of 2010

December 20, 2010

Budapest, Hungary - Selected photos of UPF-Hungary activities in 2010

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Volunteer Opportunities and a Conference on the Day of Families in Budapest

May 16, 2010

Budapest, Hungary - An International Day of Families program on May 15, 2010, featured family volunteering at a temporary residence for families and a conference the following day on the role of families in protecting their members in both extreme and normal circumstances.

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Hungary 2009 Activities Photo Report

January 18, 2010

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Diverse Audience for Peace Tour in Hungary

March 12, 2009

Budapest, Hungary - Members of Parliament and government ministers attended an event at the Budapest Hilton.

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Peace Tour Inaugurates UPF in Hungary

October 29, 2005

Budapest, Hungary - Rev. Sun Myung Moon touched the heart of the audience as he gave a peace message referring to the people's suffering under communism and his vision for Hungary playing a role in bringing together the people of former communist countries.

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RYS-Hungary Restores Shelters and Gardens

July 31, 1991

Hungary—The Hungary project was done with the strong cooperation of the Hungarian Red Cross whose volunteers helped make the Tatabanya program a huge success.

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