Universal Peace Federation (UPF International)
1999-02-03 Seoul Korea Rep
Founded 3 Feb 1999, Seoul (Korea Rep), based on the founding vision of Rev Dr and Mrs Sun Myung Moon. Previously referred to as Interreligious and International Federation for World Peace (IIFWP). Current title adopted Sep 2005.
Promote interfaith dialogue and cooperation for peace and human development; strengthen marriage and family, leadership and good governance, peace education and service; revitalize the United Nations; promote a culture of peace through education, sports, arts, media and service; develop a framework for interreligious cooperation, conflict prevention and resolution.
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Board of Directors; International Administrative Headquarters, located in New York NY (USA); Committees (5); Regional offices (10); National Chapters (145).
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