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Interfaith Peacebuilding


The Global Peace Foundation believes that, in addition to the unique and primary religious mission of their faith traditions, religious leaders and men and women of faith have a shared responsibility to bridge divisions, resolve conflicts and build ethical societies based on common ideals,  aspirations, principles and values.

Through its initiatives and programs, the Global Peace Foundation seeks to harness the moral authority of faith leaders to inspire, guide, motivate, and to be actively engaged in vital peace-making and peace-sustaining processes for the benefit of the entire human family.

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Dr. Hyun Jin Preston Moon, founder and chairman of the Global Peace Foundation, delivered the following address at the Global Peace Leadership Conference in Kampala, Uganda on August 2, 2018.Your Excellencies, Distinguished guests, Ladies and Gentleman:
Published on 17/08/2018
The Global Peace Leadership Conference 2018 East Africa/Great Lakes Region hosted in Kampala, Uganda, highlighted the potential of African countries as models of peacebuilding and sustainable development. 
Published on 17/08/2018
Kampala, Uganda— Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Uganda hosted the Global Peace Leadership Conference (GPLC) on August 1-2 under the theme, “Moral and innovative leadership: new models for sustainable peace and development.”
Published on 08/08/2018