Tirana, Albania—Participants from over 50 nations attended the Southeast Europe Peace Summit organized by UPF. The summit, held from October 25 to 27, 2019, featured a wide range of activities.
The Opening Plenary on the theme of "Perspectives for Peace in the Balkans" took place in the Tirana Congress Hall in the morning of Saturday 26 October, 2019.
Inauguration of the International Summit Council for Peace (ISCP) in the Tirana Congress Hall.
Addressing the critical challenges of our time - the role of faith leaders
Ersekë, Albania—High-school students once again took part in an essay competition based on the autobiography of the UPF founder.
Tirana, Albania—About 120 persons attended a UPF celebration of International Day of Families held in the National History Museum.
Lugano, Switzerland—“Peace Cup” football tournaments for youngsters were held this year in Switzerland, Italy and Albania.
Bilisht, Albania—For the first time, a Peace Cup tournament for young football players was held in Albania.
Vlorë, Albania—High school students participated in an essay competition, organized by UPF, which was inspired by the UPF founder.
Tirana, Albania—Former heads of state and government and members of parliament attended a Balkan Leadership Conference organized by UPF.
Tirana, Albania—UPF-Albania is proud to announce that UPF Local Peace Councils have been established in 58 of the nation’s 61 municipalities.
Tirana, Albania—The 2018 Balkans Peace Road brought a message of peace to a region that is still recovering from years of bloody conflict.
Vlorë, Albania—The winners of an essay competition inspired by the UPF founder’s autobiography were announced at a special high-school program.
Intervention of Ms. Manjola Vasmatics, Secretary General, Tirana UPF Peace Council, Albania, at the international leadership conference in Vienna, Austria.
Intervention of Prof. Dr Vasilika Hysi, Deputy Speaker of the Parliament of Albania, at the international leadership conference in Vienna, Austria.
Ohrid, Macedonia—UPF-Albania held a seminar at which 43 Ambassadors for Peace from Albania and Kosovo studied the UPF Principles of Peace in greater depth.
Librazhd, Albania—Many important figures were among the 35 participants at the launch of the local UPF Peace Council in this eastern Albanian town.
Peshkopi, Albania—With the support of local government, UPF founded a local Peace Council in Albania’s Dibër region.
Fier, Albania—The local UPF Peace Council held an event to commemorate the European Year of Cultural Heritage.
Bilisht, Albania—Ten local dignitaries became Ambassadors for Peace at a program which also saw the founding of a local UPF Peace Council.
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