2015年11月27日

UPF


UPF Statement on the 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties
http://www.upf.org/united-nations-relations/6750-upf-statement-on-the-21st-session-of-the-conference-of-the-parties
Written by UPF-International
Tuesday, November 17, 2015


Middle East Peace Programs
Initiatives Promoting Middle East Peace
http://www.upf.org/peace-and-security/middle-east-peace-programs/middle-east-peace-initiative
Written by UPF - Israel
Friday, May 16, 2014
A listing of programs of the Middle East Peace Initiative (MEPI) from 2003 to 2014. MEPI was launched with an international consultation convened by the
Interreligious and
International Federation for World Peace, February 27-March 2, 2003, in Washington, DC, called Beyond Coexistence Toward a New Culture of Peace: Focus on
the Middle East.
Programs have included peace missions and fact-finding tours, service and youth activities, cultural programs, and conferences.


Jerusalem Peace & Security Forum
http://www.upf.org/peace-and-security/jerusalem-forum
UPF's Jerusalem Office of Peace and Security Affairs organizes forums that explore ways in which stable and sustainable peace and security in the region
can be established.
For more information, email Adi Sasaki, Director.


Northeast Asia Peace Initiative
http://www.upf.org/peace-and-security/northeast-asia-peace-initiative
On the Korean Peninsula following World War II, people with a common history, culture, and language were divided by the Cold War struggle between
superpowers. UPF conferences
and forums bring together leading diplomats and scholars to offer insights into prospects for improved relations among the countries of the region.
Political, military,
economic, and civil-society factors are considered at conferences and forums. Civil-society initiatives between South Korea and North Korea include
tourism, humanitarian
projects, and various forms of personal engagement. Scroll down for reports.


South Asia Peace Initiative
http://www.upf.org/peace-and-security/south-asia-peace-initiative
In various nations of South Asia, UPF is promoting peace and cooperation through leadership consultations and grassroots activities. Bringing youth from
diverse backgrounds
together to build bridges of understanding respect and serve a local community are the focus of programs in Afghanistan, Nepal, India, Pakistan and Sri
Lanka. In Nepal,
programs focus on reconciling political divisions, addressing conflicts, and cultivating the spirit of one family under God. In India, leadership
consultations promote
interreligious cooperation and encourage good governance. In Bangladesh, promoting interreligious dialogue and strengthening marriage and family are
ongoing programs. Scroll
down for reports.


South Caucasus Peace Initiative
http://www.upf.org/peace-and-security/south-caucasus-initiative
The situation in the South Caucasus, especially after the war between Russia and Georgia in 2008, threatens international security and causes suffering.
UPF's South Caucasus
Peace Initiative addresses ideological, interreligious and humanitarian challenges in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia. Scroll down for reports.


Balkans Peace Initiative
http://www.upf.org/peace-and-security/balkans-peace-initiative
When the former communist nation of Yugoslavia broke up in the early 1990s, few could have envisioned the scope of ethnic and religious conflict that
would visit the region
with such ferocity. Two decades later, there is general stability in the region; yet, tensions among some nations and ethnic groups remain high. Scroll
down for reports.


Baltic Dialogue Initiative
http://www.upf.org/peace-and-security/baltic-dialogue-initiative
Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania consider their history under the Soviet Union between World War II and 1991 as a time of occupation. Yet their common
history with Russia goes
back centuries, and their economic future is inevitably linked with their powerful neighbor to the East. With important Russian-speaking communities in
their midst, the
Baltic nations are faced with the challenge of keeping their own identity while maintaining positive relations with their neighbors. At the same time,
since they are
integrated into the European Union, they can play a mediating role between Russia and Europe. Scroll down for reports.


Tokyo Forum
http://www.upf.org/peace-and-security/tokyo-forum
UPF-Japan invites distinguished people to address forums for Tokyo's diplomatic community and the larger public on national and international security
issues. For more
information, email Mr. Shigenari Kato.
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