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Family Federation for World Peace and Unification. This federation is a network of families, from every race, religion, and culture, united in the belief that, centered on God's love, happy marriages and successful families are the cornerstone to solving the most fundamental problems of society. At a grassroots level, FFWPU chapters have initiated a worldwide marriage and rededication movement that has reached hundreds of millions of couples.

Federation of Island Nations for World Peace. Island nations can play an important role in fostering peace and prosperity by promoting good tourism, creating technologies that foster sustainable oceanic and seafood enterprises, and combating global warming—which threatens the very existence of many island states. The FINWP collaborates with governmental organizations and NGOs to build strong bridges of sisterhood and cooperation between island and oceanic nations.
International Coalition for Religious Freedom. ICRF is non-profit, non-sectarian, educational organization dedicated realizing the vision of religious freedom found in Article 18 of the UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights which reads: Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, alone or in community with others, and, in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.
International Educational Foundation. In all nations and cultures, young people are encouraged to attain maturity of character, establish warm and positive relationships and make a valuable contribution to their community. The IEF works collaboratively with educators and community leaders throughout the world to promote education of the heart, head and hands. It advocates a multi-dimensional approach that includes: character education, marriage and family education, service learning, and character-based prevention programs.
International Relief and Friendship Foundation. Since its founding in 1975, IRFF has provided humanitarian aid in the form of food, medical supplies, school supplies, and clothing to people hit by catastrophe around the world. In addition, IRFF has also focused on long-term development projects in the areas of health care and nutrition, literacy, as well as vocational and agricultural education. The strength of this foundation has been the ability to empower people with a means to create an ethos of living for the sake of others. International website: | America Website:
Interreligious Peace Sports Festival. “The Interreligious Peace Sports Festival offers sports as a way to promote friendship and peace. This is an excellent opportunity for young athletes of all cultures and faiths to contribute to building a spirit of peace.” Pelé, IOCAthlete of the Century. The Interreligious Peace Sports Festival (IPSF) is an annual interfaith and intercultural athletic event where athletes from around the world cooperate and compete as representatives of their faith, culture, and nation.
Inter-Religious Federation for World Peace. Along with the International Religious Foundation, the IRFWP has invested in seeking solutions to world peace through interreligious dialogue and harmony for over two decades. With the active support from its seven Presidents, who are recognized leaders from major world religions, IRFWP has directed its resources for both conflict prevention and healing, including emergency intervention to stem the outbreak of violence and creating environments for harmonious dialogue and understanding that are not limited to: leading interfaith pilgrimages, organizing and conducting community service projects worldwide, and offering relief to the world’s needy.

Mongolian Peoples' Federation for World Peace. This federation was founded by Rev. Dr. Sun Myung Moon in September 2004 in an initiative to revitalize a great civilization and apply its core values to the work of building a world of lasting peace. Since their ancient origin in the steppes of Asia, the Mongolian people have migrated to virtually every corner of the world. Recent anthropological studies suggest that many nations and peoples from around the world as far away as South America and Alaska actually share distant ties with people from Mongolia. The Mongolian Peoples' Federation for World Peace is not about one isolated nation. It is about a great homecoming, bringing together people of distant relationships who share certain common values and ideals of interdependence, mutual prosperity, and universal values.

Professors World Peace Academy. An interdisciplinary and intercultural network of scholars with chapters in over a hundred countries, the PWPA supports the academic community in the quest for peace, social stability, and prosperity. PWPA has organized thousands of conferences, published books, and a periodical titled The International Journal of World Peace.
Religious Youth Service. Initiated in 1985, RYS promotes the twin ideals of interreligious harmony and public service. Youth leaders of various faiths and nationalities come together for social service projects to serve a needy community. As they offer their time, labor, sweat, and tears to help others, they develop deep friendships that transcend their religious and cultural differences. Serving others is the key to interreligious peace.
Summit Council for World Peace. Founded in 1981, the Summit Council is an organization whose core membership comprises former heads of state and heads of government. The Council seeks to avail itself of the extraordinary wealth of knowledge, intelligence, and goodwill of these leaders as it seeks solutions to the problems from grassroots to global concerns. These efforts has spawned initiatives to promote peace, and develop new equitable economic paradigms for the 21st century.
United Press International. UPI is the world's oldest privately owned news service. Founded by the newspaper legend E.W. Scripps in 1907, to cover news from around the world. As an alternative voice to Associated Press, UPI provides in-depth analysis of current events, as well as breaking news, briefs, for broadcast, print, electronic libraries, websites, and a variety of other subscribers. UPI is the interface of journalism's future, committed to unbiased, free and fair reporting of the world's events.
The Washington Times Foundation. Established in 1984, the TWTF is a not-for-profit organization devoted to encouraging the highest ideals in cultural values and public-mindedness. The Foundation has developed programs, particularly in the areas of media and journalism, to promote the values of family, freedom, and faith; values that have been weakened and confused in the modern era.
Women's Federation for World Peace. Since 1992 the WFWP is empowering women to create peace at home as well as in our communities, cultures, and world. WFWP seeks to focus the unique nurturing skills of women to provide leadership, promote peace, and serve, thereby, conceiving social change through the logic of love. Granted NGO general consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations in 1997, WFWP facilitates partnerships among women.
WANGO The World Association of Non-Governmental Organizations (WANGO) is an international organization uniting NGOs worldwide in the cause of advancing peace and global well being. WANGO helps to provide the mechanism and support needed for NGOs to connect, partner, share, inspire, and multiply their contributions to solve humanity’s basic problems.
World Media Association. An international forum for media professionals and opinion leaders dedicated to advancing the highest standards of journalistic ethics, it promotes freedom of the press in places where it does not exist, and encourages the responsible use of that freedom where it does. Fact-finding tours and World Media Conferences since 1978 have examined the media's role in the larger context of social values.
World University Federation. An interactive, international network of educational institutions and educators, takes full advantage of new information technologies to promote education that is integral to good citizenship. In addition to equipping students to be competent professionals, educational institutions should also teach them to become responsible citizens who seek to contribute to society and approach life from a global perspective.
Youth Federation for World Peace. A dynamic movement of emerging young leaders to promote peace and serve the greater good. Its programs include professional leadership training, family education and intercultural service projects. Harnessing the idealism and energy of youth is essential for building world peace. YFWP sponsors educational programs and service projects that promote character development, family values and an ethic of public service. National chapters and international activities encourage youth to transcend barriers of nationality, religion, race, culture and gender as preparation to be contributing members of a globalized society.


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