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21 Days with CARP Los Angeles

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Carina Mendez from CARP Uruguay spent 21 days with CARP Los Angeles as an international student sponsored by FFWPU USA. Read our first interview with her before her stay and now the following interview after completing her work with CARP LA.[slideshow_deploy id='8204']What are three takeaways from your 21-day stay with CARP LA?The…
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Christian and Muslim Youth in Nigeria Experience True Love through CARP Workshop

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Contributed by Godson Ogurie, CARP NigeriaNigeria, with a total of over 250 ethnic groups, is one of the most ethnically diverse nations in Africa. Despite this ethnic diversity, it is mostly bi-religious, where its people are either Christian or Muslim.  The remaining four percent comprises of other indigenous religions and…
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Tags: Interfaith, International

CARP Toronto Steps Up

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Contributed by Nina Urbonya Twenty participants from Toronto, Windsor, Quebec, and Montreal gathered at the Toronto Family Church from January 28 to 29, 2017, for the latest STEP UP (Student Empowerment through Unification Principles) seminar organized by the Collegiate Association for the Research of Principles (CARP). STEP UP was launched…
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CARP America Hosts International Students

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Contributed by Nina Urbonya, CARP International LiaisonCARP seeks to raise up students to be global citizens. We believe that one way to do that is through experiencing another country’s culture and meeting with fellow students in that country. CARP America was delighted to help host numerous students from abroad during…
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Meet Carina Mendez from CARP Uruguay

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Here's an interview with one of the international student winners of a sponsorship to visit CARP Los Angeles.In July 2016, there was a 'Global Top Gun Youth' workshop organized in Korea where youth from 63 nations gathered for leadership training and education. At this workshop, FFWPU Continental Director for North…
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Tags: International CARP Chapter, Student Leadership

CARP Malaysia Spreads Joy and Love to Their ‘Grandparents’

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On October 3rd, 2016, CARP Malaysia organized a "Pure Love Community Service Project" with the theme, Living In the Hearts of our Grandparents at the Machap Old Folks House. There was a total of 31 volunteers including young people, parents, guests, and missionaries. Some people also brought along their entire…
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CARP Kenya Hosts Discussion on “Awareness of Resistance”

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Contributed by CARP KenyaOn October 15th, CARP Kenya held its monthly weekend discussion at the Peace House in Nairobi. There were 37 participants including university students from SkyLink and University of Nairobi. This weekend’s discussion focused on the “Awareness of Resistance”.Mr. Juneyoung Juma, a local CARP member, started off by…
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CARP Costa Rica Hosts 5th HEROES Workshop

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  On October 16, 2016 CARP Costa Rica held its 5th HEROES workshop at the Family Federation Headquarters with 30 participants. ‘HEROES’ is a group consisting of university students who are committed to caring and helping middle and high school students to develop with principled values. It also seeks to…
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CARP Nepal Hosts a 5-day seminar in Hetauda

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Contributed by CARP NepalOn November 22-26, 2016, CARP Nepal organized a 5-day seminar in Hetauda, Cambodia with 35 high school and college students. The purpose of seminar was to create a clear vision and goal for our lives. There were lectures presented by the national lecturer of FFWPU Nepal, Mr.…
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CARP Cambodia Wins Over Its Workshop Participants

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On September 16-18th, 2016 CARP Cambodia held a three day education workshop. There was a total of 10 participants. When the participants first arrived, they seemed nervous and quiet.80% of the Cambodian population is Buddhist so they were curious about the new ideas and concepts taught during the workshop. The…
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Questions? Want to submit a report? Contact:

Nina Taupier-Urbonya
International Liaison
CARP America
nina@carplife.org