This month is a celebration of our humanity, and also of diversity as the Philippines hosts the international youth festival – Genfest in its 11th edition from July 6-8 in Metro Manila. In 2012, it was held in Budapest, Hungary with the theme “Let’s Bridge,” as Hungary is known for its famous bridges like the Arpad Bridge which connects Buda and Pest across the Danube River. That event saw more than 12,000 youths from different parts of the globe coming together.
The theme of the last Genfest was about connecting, like bridges, different cultures, nations and peoples in order to celebrate humanity’s being one family. In Budapest, the United World Project with its United World Watch and Fragments of Fraternity, was born, a project aimed at monitoring initiatives by peoples and organizations that work for universal brotherhood, peace and the common good. Read More
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