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UPF Today magazine: 2011

UPF Today is a quarterly magazine of the Universal Peace Federation featuring activities of our international office and chapters throughout the world. The magazine is published in English and Russian, with occasional editions in other languages, including French, Spanish, and Arabic. Our archive contains .pdf files and links to the corresponding articles on our website. We encourage chapters to reprint and/or translate such portions of the magazine that they might find useful.

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UPF Today Russian: December 2011

Русский (Russian) PDF (13.4MB)


UPF Today: November 2011

English PDF (19.5MB)

p. 3 The UN Remembers 9/11, by Genie Kagawa
p. 4 Baltic Dialogue, by UPF-Eurasia
p. 5 Thai Peace Council Launched, by UPF-Thailand
p. 6 Peace Tour Visits Nigeria, by Michael Balcomb
p. 8 International Day of Peace 2011
p. 9 Afghanis Long for Peace, by Rahman Ali Jawed
p. 10 Day of Peace Regional Reports
p. 18 Youth Perspectives, by UPF-Europe
p. 21 Light at Both Ends of the Tunnel, by Konstantin Krylov [French]
p. 22 A Summer of Service, by Religious Youth Service


UPF Today Russian: October 2011

Русский (Russian) PDF (13.4MB)



UPF Today: July 2011

English PDF (10MB)

Contents:
p. 2. From the Publisher
p. 3. Founders’ Tour 2011, By UPF International (English)
p. 7. Winds of Freedom: Middle East Leadership Conference, By Natascha Schellen (English)
p. 8. UN International Day of Families Celebrated in Over 50 Nations, By Genie Kagawa (English)
p. 12. Africa Day and the Diaspora, By Michael Balcomb (English)
p. 15. UPF-Japan: Post Tsunami Rebuilding Initiative, By UPF - Japan (English)
p. 16. A Week of Goodness, By UPF - Russia (English)
p. 18. UPF Chapter Updates (English)
p. 20. New interactive resource for UPF's character education curriculum (English, Español)


UPF Today Russian: June 2011

Русский (Russian) PDF (3.8MB)


UPF Today Russian: April 2011

Русский (Russian) PDF (4MB)



UPF Today: February 2011

English PDF (8MB)


Contents:
p. 3. UPF World Assemblies, by Joy Pople (English)
p. 5. The Significance of Interfaith for Peace and Development, by Rev. Hyung Jin Moon (English)
p. 6. An Interfaith Assembly on Religion and Peace, by Dr. Michael Balcomb (English)
p. 9. UPF Chairman Engages with Faith Leaders (English)
p. 11. Toward an Interreligious Council at the UN, by Carolyn Handschin (English)
p. 14. UN Week of Spirituality, Values and Global Concern, by Genie Kagawa (English)
p. 16. International Day of Peace in Cooperation with UN Offices (English)
p. 18. Promoting Peace through Sports (English)
p. 20. Summer Youth Camp near Port-au-Prince, Haiti, by Ana M. Cobiella-Olson (English)
p. 21. Helping Relocated People in Northern Haiti, by Evelyne Drake and Manasa Kanithe (English)
p. 22. Russia-Georgia Citizen Diplomacy, by Konstantin Krylov, UPF-Russia, and Vitaly Maksimov, UPF-Georgia (English)

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