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UPF Today Magazine: 2012

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 (which are often more extensive than in the magazine). We encourage chapters to reprint and/or translate such portions of the magazine that they might find useful.

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 UPF Today: Vol. 6, No. 3 - 2012

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p. 3 50,000 Gather to Say Farewell to Dr. Sun Myung Moon, by Michael Balcomb
p. 5  Even in Death, Working for Unification, by UPF International
p. 6  One Family under God: A Lasting Legacy, by Michael Balcomb
p. 8  International Day of Peace Celebrated in 32 Nations, by Joy Pople
p. 10  The Significance of Interfaith Cooperation,by UPF-Israel
p. 12  European Leadership Conferences (Kosovo, UK, Switzerland, and Norway), by UPF-Europe
p. 14  Russia's Role in Stability in Eurasia and the Far East, by William Selig
p. 15  Toward a "Third Way" in the International Market System, by William Selig
p. 16  Summer of Service (Religious Youth Service projects in Albania, Estonia, Georgia, Jamaica, Moldova, Nepal, Russia, St. Lucia, and Thailand), by Joy Pople
p. 19  Borderless Goodwill, by UPF-Russia


UPF Today: Vol. 6, No. 2 - 2012

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p. 3  UN Day of Families: Ensuring Work-Family Balance, by Joy Pople
p. 5  The Family and the MDGs: Book Launch at the UN, by Lynn Walsh
p. 6  Conference at UNESCO Office in Paris, by UPF-Europe
p. 9  Africa Day 2012
p. 10  Balkan Security Conference, by UPF-Albania
p. 12  Moscow Forum on the Challenge of Multiculturalism, by UPF Eurasia
p. 14  Leadership and Good Governance Awards:
Prof. Ibrahim Gambari and H.E. Henry Konan Bédié, by UPF International
p. 16  Observances of Women's Day 2012, by Joy Pople
p. 18  Peace and Security Forums on the Arab Spring, Transnational Crime in the Americas, Southeast Asia and Oceania, North Korean Leadership, by William Selig


UPF Today: Vol. 6, No. 1 - 2012

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p. 4  World Interfaith Harmony Week Commemorated at the United Nations, by Tageldin Hamad & Genie Kagawa
p. 6  World Interfaith Harmony Week, commemorations organized by UPF chapters around the world, by Joy Pople
p. 8  Hard Roads and Soft Roads to Peace, report of the February 2012 International Leadership Conference in Korea by Michael Balcomb
p. 10  News from UPF-Europe: Malta, Slovakia, UK, San Marino
p. 12  Marriage & Family Programs, by Joy Pople
p. 14  Religious Youth Service projects in India, Nepal, Russia, and Sri Lanka, by Frank LaGrotteria
p. 16  Thailand Flood Relief, by UPF-Thailand
p. 17  Forum in Washington, DC, on Women and the Arab Spring, by Tomiko Duggan
p. 17  Roundtable in Washington, DC, on Korean Security Issues, by William Selig
p. 18  UPF Peacebuilding Efforts Around the World: Japan, Taiwan, Austria, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Indonesia, Russia, Australia

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