Amadora, Portugal—The president of UPF took part in a debating session of a major Portuguese-language organization.
Lisbon, Portugal—UPF joined a delegation to the new leader of an organization of Portuguese-speaking nations.
Odivelas, Portugal—UPF and an affiliated organization were invited by the city’s Municipal Chamber to be its partners in an interreligious event.
Lisbon, Portugal—UPF took part in a meeting of Portuguese citizens who are descended from Africans.
Loures, Portugal—Around 30 guests came to a celebration of International Women's Day with the theme “The Power of Woman and Woman in Power.”
Extract of speech by Hon. Jose Manuel Barroso, Prime Minister, Portugal (2002-2004), President, European Commission (2004-14), European Union, at World Summit 2019.
Amadora, Portugal—UPF has supported an online debate of Portuguese-speakers on the topic of “Leadership and Citizenship.”
Lisbon, Portugal—UPF representatives met with the Religious Freedom Commission president to discuss the launch of IAPD.
Lisbon, Portugal—The president of the Religious Freedom Commission attended a UPF-organized multifaith event.
Lisbon, Portugal—The International Day for Tolerance was commemorated with an interfaith discussion of ecumenical issues.
Lisbon, Portugal—The leader of UPF-Portugal attended a meeting with the executive secretary of the Community of Portuguese Language Countries.
The Portugal chapters of UPF and WFWP sent a delegation representing Europe to the first Latin America Summit 2018 organized by the Universal Peace Federation in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on August 2-5, 2018.
Lisbon, Portugal—Two UPF Ambassadors for Peace were among the guests at a one-day seminar that presented the UPF Peace Principles in greater depth.
Lisbon, Portugal—UPF Discusses “Christianity, Culture, and Dialogue in a Changing World” at the International Congress of Contemporary Christianity.
Lisbon, Portugal—The International Association of Parliamentarians for Peace (IAPP) was inaugurated in Portugal at a conference held in the national parliament.
Bad Camberg, Germany — On April 29, 2017 the resident Angolan community in Germany had a meeting at Bad Camberg to celebrate Angola’s Peace and Reconciliation Day, which commemorates the end of its 27-year civil war (1975-2002). The program was organized in partnership with UPF-Portugal and was attended by 175 participants who came from all over Germany.
Lisbon, Portugal—UPF-Portugal invited the leaders of several partner organizations for a one-day seminar in character education.
Intervention of Hon. Paulo Pisco, Member of Parliament, Portugal, in the session on "Peace and Migration: Cross-Regional Perspectives" at the International Leadership Conference in London in September, 2016.