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Dialogue & Alliance Vol. 24, No. 2 By Joy Pople, Editor
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There can be no peace without reconciliation, and there can be no reconciliation without forgiveness. This issue of Dialogue and Alliance examines some of the important contributions that religious... More > leaders and religious people can make towards the cause of peace both in general and with specific reference to the long-standing proposal by the founder of the Universal Peace Federation, Rev. Dr. Sun Myung Moon to establish an interreligious council within the United Nations.< Less
Dialogue & Alliance Vol. 25, No. 2 By Joy Pople, Editor
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This edition of Dialogue and Alliance returns to a frequently discussed theme: the role of religion in bringing about a world of peace. Though the teachings of the world's great faiths would lead one... More > to expect that religions should play a very crucial role in peace making, our real-world experience may lead us to doubt the strength of connection.< Less
Dialogue & Alliance Vol. 25, No. 1 By Joy Pople, Editor
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For the first time in the twenty-five year history of Dialogue and Alliance, all of the contributors in this issue are women. In their work of dissolving barriers between diverse people and building... More > bridges of understanding and respect they describe how they find sustenance and empowerment in the teachings at the heart of their faith.< Less
Dialogue & Alliance Vol. 25, No. 2 By Joy Pople, Editor
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This edition of Dialogue and Alliance returns to a frequently discussed theme: the role of religion in bringing about a world of peace. Though the teachings of the world's great faiths would lead one... More > to expect that religions should play a very crucial role in peace making, our real-world experience may lead us to doubt the strength of connection.< Less
Dialogue & Alliance Vol. 25, No. 1 By Joy Pople, Editor
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For the first time in the twenty-five year history of Dialogue and Alliance, all of the contributors in this issue are women. In their work of dissolving barriers between diverse people and building... More > bridges of understanding and respect they describe how they find sustenance and empowerment in the teachings at the heart of their faith.< Less
Dialogue & Alliance Vol. 29, No. 2 By Thomas Walsh, Editor
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Dialogue and Alliance, Vol. 29, No. 2, Winter 2015. The articles featured in this issue of Dialogue and Alliance are an outgrowth of the 3rd World Summit on “Peace, Security and Human... More > Development” which was convened on August 27 to 31, 2015, in Seoul, Korea, co-sponsored by the Universal Peace Federation (UPF), an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), and the Sunhak Peace Prize Committee, established to award individuals or organizations that have made significant contributions toward a sustainable and lasting peace.< Less
Dialogue & Alliance Vol. 29, No. 1 By Thomas Walsh, Editor
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Dialogue & Alliance, Vol. 29, No. 1, Summer 2015. A major focus of the work of the United Nations and its member states is the formulation of a Post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda, following... More > up from the Millennium Development Goals launched in the year 2000 with a fifteen year time-table. As the 70th session of the General Assembly prepares to convene in September 2015, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are at the top of the agenda.< Less
Importance of the Family for World Peace By Lynn Walsh, Editor
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Much of success and fulfillment in life depends on creating healthy relationships, yet it is one of the most difficult tasks. Never before has marriage been less supported by social, moral,... More > religious, and cultural scaffolding. With changing gender roles and loosening of traditional values, couples face more challenges than ever before. The Universal Peace Federation acknowledges that the family is a microcosm of the global community. If the world is to finally come to an era of sustainable peace and harmony among civilizations, that peace must be founded on this basic, most intimate social unit of humankind. In other words, the family is the central building block of society, as well as being an instrument for peace and reconciliation< Less
Vision and Leadership 2007 By Michael Balcomb, Editor
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A collection of papers from the Universal Peace Federation conferences of 2007. A reprint.
Conversations on Peace and Security By Joy Pople, Editor
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The global balance of power is shifting from the U.S. as the dominant superpower to an increasingly multi-polar world. The Universal Peace Federation's forums and conferences focus on volatile areas... More > of tension and conflict including in the Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, the Caucasus, the Americas, and Europe, and examine topics such as security, trade, human rights, global economics, energy resources, military build-ups, climate change. One of the missions of UPF is to work with scholars and policymakers to educate and alert public opinion, especially in the U.S. and industrialized democracies, of the dangers posed by conflict and other destabilizing forces to the international democratic system. The conclusions and deliberations of these forums have been compiled into this publication in the belief that an informed public opinion is the foundation of a democratic and free society in which stable and sustainable security can be established and lasting peace eventually achieved. Edited by Joy Pople< Less