Global Peace Council Member

H.E. Dr. Ochirbat Punsalmaa
President (1990-1997), Mongolia

Overview of UPF-Mongolia Activities in 2014

December 31, 2014

Photo retrospective of events organized by UPF-UK during 2014


P. Ochirbat: Address to World Summit 2013

February 24, 2013

Peacemaking Culture as a Mongolian Tradition


R. Badamdamdin: The Current Situation of North Korea and Mongolia's View

January 25, 2012

Address to the International Leadership Conference in Seoul, Korea, January 2012

The countries in the region should support establishing relations with the new leaders of North Korea. Foreign countries have a tendency to observe and wait. However, making immediate initiatives and engaging in negotiations is important.


An Outing at a Park Near Ulaanbaatar

August 28, 2011

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia - UPF-Mongolia held a gathering along the riverside at the Gachuurt resort in the eastern suburbs of Ulaanbaatar. In Mongolian-style hospitality, a cow was butchered for the meal that was enjoyed by 224 participants.


UPF-Mongolia Expands Educational Programs

November 18, 2010

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia - Administrators from the Mongolian University of Science and Technology asked UPF-Mongolia to arrange a visit to Seoul National University in Korea, which took place November 11-18. This request grew out of the participation of Mongolians in eight recent international leadership seminars with their counterparts in Asian nations.


Day of Peace in Mongolia

September 21, 2010

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia - A celebration of the UN International Day of Peace took place in the Main Lecture Hall of Mongolian National University on September 21. The Union for Peace and Friendship Mongolia, the School of Foreign Service, Mongolian National University, “Blue Banner” NGO, and UBS Television were partners in the event.


Eurasians Moved by Marriage and Family Focus

October 15, 2009

The International Leadership Conference on “The Significance of Marriage and Family for Peace in the 21st Century” brought together delegates from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Estonia, Latvia, Mongolia, People's Republic of China, Russia, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan as well as other parts of the world. People were moved in various ways by their experiences in Korea.


Day of Peace in Ulaanbaatar

September 22, 2009

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia - The United Nations International Day of Peace was celebrated at the School of Foreign Service.


Day of Families Celebrated in Ulaanbaatar

May 15, 2009

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia - "An Ecologically-Friendly Family" was the theme of the International Day of Families celebration on May 15 organized in cooperation with the government of Ulaanbaatar. Its purpose was to promote a state policy of family development and maintaining an ecological balance.


T. Elbegdorj: We Are One Great Family

January 17, 2009

Last year, Mongolia won two gold medals and two silver medals in the Olympic Games. Then we received representatives from the Universal Peace Federation in Mongolia. Those two big events gave us hope and gave us confidence to work together and build our nation as a peaceful and democratic nation.


Peace Festival Highlights Service and Art Projects

September 10, 2008

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia - Just a few short weeks after disputed elections threatened to bring this historic Asian nation to the brink of civil war, Sukhbaatar Square was once again filled with a huge crowd. This time, they sang and danced for peace.


H.J. Moon: A New Vision of Peace in Mongolia

September 9, 2008

Dr. Hyun Jin Moon, Co-Chairman, Universal Peace Federation keynote address at the Global Peace Festival Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, September 9, 2008

Service Teaches Mongolian Students a Public Heart

September 7, 2008

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia - Thousands of students picked up garbage along the main street of Ulaanbaatar, in the central square and along the banks of the river flowing through the middle of the capital city on Sept. 7, 2008.


Collecting Donations to Help Mongolian Children

August 23, 2008

Mongolia - In the State of the World’s Children Report 2008, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) noted that Mongolia has made great strides in reducing infant mortality. This is good progress towards the UN Millennium Development Goal of reducing the rate by two-thirds between 1990 and 2015.The current under-five mortality rate per 1,000 live births is 43, which was 109 in 1990.


J. de Venecia: Peace as a Community of Sharing

August 8, 2008

Hon. Jose de Venecia, Jr., Chairman, CDI-Asia Pacific Address to International Leadership Conference, Regional Summit, and Global Peace Festival on "Toward a New Paradigm of Leadership and Good Governance for Development and Peace" Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, September 8, 2008


Promoting Safety at the Naadam Festival

July 12, 2008

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia - Two hundred volunteers promoted public safety and a clean environment July 11-12, 2008 in Ulaanbaatar during the Naadam Festival, Mongolia’s Independence Day.


Finding Joy through Serving a Buddhist Monastery in Mongolia

April 27, 2008

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia - Cleaning, painting and planting trees at Mongolia's principal center of Buddhist learning attracted hundreds of volunteers for a "Service Party Day" on April 27, 2008.


Conference on the Mongolian Language

April 9, 2008

On April 9, 2008, as a part of the Global Peace Festival-Mongolia, UPF organized in Ulaanbaatar a conference entitled “To Define the Mongolian People's Characteristics, Let’s Speak Beautiful Mongolian.”


Activities in Eurasia

February 12, 2008

On February 9-12, 2008 UPF held a World Peace Summit in Seoul, Korea. The Eurasian delegation was represented by 25 participants from Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Moldova, Mongolia, Peoples Republic of China, Russia and Ukraine.


D. Idevkhten: Potential Mongolian Contributions to Korean Reunification

December 17, 2007

Mongolia can meaningfully contribute to the security of Northeast Asia. I think that we have a strong foundation to say this because the relationship between Mongolia and Korea started a thousand years ago, and we have strong connections of lineage