International Summit Council for Peace (ISCP)

ISCP is committed to building a world of peace in which everyone can live in freedom, harmony, cooperation and prosperity. ISCP upholds the core principles of interdependence, mutual prosperity, and universal values, and acts as a facilitator and advisor for the achievement of peace and development.

Interreligious Association for Peace and Development (IAPD)

 Through interreligious dialogue and exchange of viewpoints among the world’s religions and faith-based organizations, terrorism, violent extremism and the world’s ills can be proactively addressed. Religious leaders are well-situated to deal with community-based concerns and can play a significant role in reconciliation and building a culture of peace.

International Media Association for Peace (IMAP)

 Media professionals addressed industry issues, including the current state of the media, the impact of disruptive innovation, how to reclaim and upgrade the mission of journalism, freedom and responsibility of the press, the role of media in solving critical social and geopolitical challenges, and the case for a new global association.

International Association of Academicians for Peace (IAAP)

IAAP affirms the belief that academicians, scholars and educators have played and continue to contribute in the intellectual, moral and spiritual development of humanity, and provide an essential role in the building of a good society. IAAP is dedicated to building professional networks for academicians to foster a world of peace based on the ideals of interdependence, mutual prosperity and universal values

International Association for Peace and Economic Development (IAED)

 The International Association for Peace and Economic Development affirms the role of businesses, business leaders, and investors to make the world a better place, addressing its most significant challenges, and promoting world peace,  long-term mutual prosperity and truly sustainable development. 

International Association of First Ladies for Peace (IAFLP)

IAFLP is a project of UPF's International Summit Council for Peace (ISCP). IAFLP affirms and uplifts the unique and essential role of First Ladies in contributing to peace and development. In collaboration with the Women's Federation for World Peace, brings together together current and former First Ladies from throughout the world, drawing upon their experience and wisdom as women leaders and as role models who serve their countries and their societies in very essential and significant ways.

International Association of  Arts and Culture for Peace (IAACP)

IAACP is global network of leaders in fields related to the arts and culture, including performing arts, literary arts, fine arts, music, film and dance. Artists are known for their creativity, visionary ideas and capacities to inspire others. Artists bring people together and lead our hearts and minds to reflect on the possibilities for a better world.

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Family Federation for world Peace (FFWPU)

FFWPU is an international society comprised of families striving to embody the ideal of true love. FFWPU mission is: to unify the world as one family with God as our Heavenly Parent.   God is first and foremost our parent, encompassing both female and male, mother and father. The cosmos was created for Heavenly Parent’s children: humanity. A parent wishes for their children to become good, loving,  capable, happy and creative human beings.                   

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Womens Federation for World Peace (WFWP)

WFWP works to impact society in three areas: Leadership of the Heart, Marriage and Family, and Peacebuilding. Our activities encourage cultivating one's heart as a peace leader, through the expression of the nurturing qualities of compassion, service, and unconditional love. Through peace leadership based on the feminine aspect of human nature, we seek to bring balance and solutions to current issues in all sectors of society, in order to create a harmonious global family. The WFWP is a non-governmental organization in general consultative status with the ECOSOC Council of the UN and in association with UN Department of Public Information.