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For the past four years, URI Korea has organized a Youth Leadership Peace Camp in partnership with the Korea Ministry of Culture and Tourism. This year the Peace Camp took place June 24-26 in Seoul. Dr. Abraham Karickam and Dr. Hira Paul Gagnegi, URI Coordinators from India, and Father James Channan, URI Coordinator from Pakistan, who are members of the URI Asia Executive Council, joined the Ven. Dr. Jinwol Lee and the young adults attending the Peace Camp this year. In addition to sharing their perspectives on interfaith work, they joined in youth activities and took this opportunity to develop plans and programs to sustain and develop URI across the Asia region.Read more...
June 28, 2011 4:58 PM
Greetings of peace and love on the celebration of URI's 11th birthday of the URI Charter signing on June 26, 2011. In the past 11 years, URI has made outstanding acheivements towards the goal and vision of URI's Preamble, Purpose and Principles. Many congratulations to all of you and URI family. To download this card and share, go to www.uripakistan.org
With blessings and prayers in coming years.
June 28, 2011 3:50 PM
On May 14, 2011, the teachers and students at the ABCforAll School celebrated Global Love Day. The principal and teachers explained to the students that every Day is Global Love Day to share the unconditional love, realizing we all are interconnected and interdependent.Read more...
June 28, 2011 3:43 PM
On May 10, 2011, Mother's Day 2011 was celebrated by the Students of ABC4ALL School, Lahore, Pakistan. Mr. Yuel Bhatti, Principal and Mrs. Sajida Rose, Headmistress, explained to the children about the importance of Mother's Day, as the mother is the first teacher of every child. A mother is model for every child and for the world.Read more...
June 28, 2011 3:21 PM
Sixty one years ago on this day (June 25th, 1950), the Korean war erupted, which lasted for three years, causing much destruction and painful division. UN army comprising soldiers from 16 nations fought the battle, which was very rare. 10 million people had to part, for no reasons and still those millions long for a family re-union. Yes, today is the Korean commemoration day and we, the URI youth Camp family visited the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) to offer prayers for peace, with hundreds who flocked there with the same intent.Read more...
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