The third online Rally of Hope, hosted by the Universal Peace Federation (UPF) on November 21, joined together an estimated million people from around the world with global leaders who shared new opportunities for peacebuilding across society. The program also honored the 70th anniversary of the Korean War (1950–1953) and its veterans.
By Ben Wolfgang– The Washington Times – Saturday, November 21, 2020
Divisions remain between North and South Korea 70 years after war broke out, but love, compassion and a mutual respect for friends and foes alike can heal old wounds and finally restore unity on the Korean peninsula, current and former heads of state and prominent U.S. political figures said Saturday at a major international rally.
Faith, political leaders meet virtually for second ‘Global Rally of Hope’
By Guy Taylor – The Washington Times – Sunday, September 27, 2020
A diverse mix of faith leaders and political figures gathered for the second time in as many months this weekend for a major international rally calling for a more unified world to be achieved through collective embraces of freedom, peace, interdependence and the pursuit of mutual prosperity.
The second “Global Rally of Hope” — held online and drawing what organizers said was an audience of well over 1 million viewers and participants — provided a unique platform for faith-driven global messaging aimed at addressing racial and ethnic division, poverty, environmental degradation and other issues fueling conflict in the world.
Speakers at the event orchestrated by the Universal Peace Federation (UPF) and partner groups included current and former heads of state, along with well-known U.S. political figures and prominent voices from across the religious spectrum, all joining together in a call for peace and togetherness at a crucial moment of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join True Mother at the second Rally of Hope this Sunday, September 27 at 10:30 a.m. in Sydney/Melbourne/Brisbane/Hobart; 10am Darwin & Adelaide; 8.30am in Perth.
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