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Ambassadors for Peace are individuals
whose lives exemplify the ideal of living for the sake
of others, and who dedicate themselves to promoting
universal moral values, strong family life, interreligious
cooperation, international harmony, renewal of the United
Nations, responsible mass media, and the establishment
of a global culture of peace. Transcending racial, national
and religious barriers, the Ambassadors for Peace contribute
to the fulfillment of the hope of all ages, a unified
world of peace, wherein the spiritual and material dimensions
of all reality are harmonized.
The Ambassadors for Peace initiative
was launched by Dr. Moon in January of 2001, giving
rise to a series of educational programs aimed at reconciliation
and peace. Nearly 70,000 Ambassadors for Peace have
been appointed worldwide during the following four years.
Women working for reconciliation worldwide.
Visitors learn about the UPF and its activities during a 2005 Peace Tour program.
The Ambassadors for Peace are building a global network of leaders representing the religious, racial and ethnic diversity of the human family, and all disciplines of human endeavor. Ambassadors For Peace serve on the national, regional and global peace councils. They stand on the common ground of shared values, promoting reconciliation, overcoming barriers, and building peace.
Also on December 13, at a separate
function sponsored by the Washington Times Foundation,
Dr. Moon spoke at the “Building Our Common Legacy”
Banquet dedicated to the core values of “Faith,
Family, Freedom and Peace Centered on God.” The
event included addresses by renowned political and religious
leaders, messages of support from U.S. President George
W. Bush and from his father, former president, George
H. W. Bush, as well as a special presentation announcing
a project to honor the United Nations Peace Force, consisting
of soldiers from 16 nations that served in the Korean