Lisbon, Portugal—The leader of Youth and Students for Peace discussed youth programs with a longtime ally of UPF.
Lisbon, Portugal—UPF and the leader of an affiliated youth organization met the supreme leader of the Tocoist Church.
Interfaith cooperation and social engagement - Best practices
“Speak out youth!” – Rally by Youth and Students for Peace at the Palace of Congresses, Tirana, Albania
San Marino, San Marino—An interfaith group of teenage girls from Israel joined local players in a Football for Peace tournament.
Lisbon, Portugal—Thirty-five youth and children and 10 adults took part in a Peace Road event that led them to the Atlantic Ocean.
Twenty young men and women received the UPF Youth Achievement Award for outstanding efforts in service and volunteering.
Monza, Italy—Four teams of young players competed in the 14th Peace Trophy interethnic football tournament.
Ersekë, Albania—High-school students once again took part in an essay competition based on the autobiography of the UPF founder.
International Day of Families Observed in Switzerland: Declaration of the Interfaith Youth Council Assembly of May 14, 2019
Session I: 13th Youth Interfaith Council Session: “What Can Families Contribute to Faith, Social Stability and Human Development?”
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.
Kyiv, Ukraine—Traditional dances, songs and clothes of both Ukraine and Islamic countries were presented at an event held at a university.
Kyiv, Ukraine—Students were given the chance to be diplomats as they participated in the first youth model of the G20 Summit in Ukraine.
Kyiv, Ukraine—Seventy-three pupils at a recent etiquette workshop learned the rules for making a good first impression.
San Marino, San Marino—Sixteen girls from Israel who were born in 2004 were guests of the Republic of San Marino as part of the UPF "Football for Peace" project.
London, United Kingdom—Fourteen young achievers received the 2018 UPF Youth Achievement Award in a ceremony in the Houses of Parliament.
Novazzano, Switzerland—Twelve teams of children from Switzerland and Italy competed in the football tournament known as the Peace Cup.
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