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DP Lecture Practice: The Principle Of Creation (Sections 4-6)

On Wednesday 8th of February, CARP held its second DP lecture practice. ...

CARP Catch-Up: Hack Your Motivation With One Easy Trick – Jonathan Hoyte

We welcome Jonathan Hoyte, a student of electrical engineering to give our ...

DP Lecture Practice: The Principle Of Creation (Sections 1-3)

CARP Divine Principle Lecture Practice 25.01.2017 On Wednesday 25th of January, CARP ...

CARP Talk: Hack Your Motivation With One Easy Trick, Jonathan Hoyte

Join us for our February CARP Talk on Wednesday 1st, given by ...

CARP Catch-Up: Is Goal Setting Enough? – Hitomi Mingala

CARP TALK 18.01.2017 Hitomi Endo Mingala ‘Is Goal Setting Enough?’ On the ...

CARP Talk: Is Goal Setting Enough? Hitomi Mingala

Hey everyone! Join us for our first CARP Talk of 2017 on ...

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An Outline Of CARP UK

What is CARP’s mission? Mission Statement: “To inspire and empower students to become true role models by engaging them in the study and the application of the Divine Principle.” What is our vision for this academic year 2016/17? Vision Statement: “To create a model and nurturing environment for the study and application of the Divine […]

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CARP Catch-Up: CARP Christmas Party 2016!

On Friday 9th of December, CARP held a Christmas party for all young people associated with CARP. This gave young adults and students a chance to dress up, chill and catch up with friends. Our MCs for the night were Howard Miller and CARP committee member Yu-jin Mingala (graphics designer), who helped bring up a […]

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CARP Catch-Up: Hope To Win – Carmel Mould

Hope To Win by Carmel Mould CARP Talk 7.12.2016 Wednesday 7th of December saw CARP’s final CARP Talk of 2016. The MC for the evening was Han-sun Nkumu (CARP UK Media), she welcomed the guests and introduced a short activity for the group to take part in.   The activity required guests to draw how […]

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CARP Catch-Up: Share My Passion! November

The Longest Fight You’ll Ever Have ~Hyo-Joo Song Share My Passion 23.11.2016 The evening began with an introduction of CARP UK and what Share My Passion events are about. Students and CARP members joined the audience as we opened the evening. Later a few more students trickled in as we started our activities. Yu-Jin Endo, […]

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CARP Talk: Hope To Win, Carmel Mould

Dear all, You are welcome to attend our next event: Hope To Win! Join us for the final CARP Talk of 2016 on the 7th December, given by CARP UK’s very own communications officer, Carmel Mould. Carmel will delve deeper into the idea of visualizing success in order to actually be successful in whatever you do. […]

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2016 CARP Christmas Party!

Hello all! You are warmly invited to our 2016 CARP Christmas party in 43 Lancaster Gate ballroom on Friday 9th December. CARP has made many achievements this year including making new friends and new members with you! Why not celebrate that during this truly special time the world remembers as Jesus’s birth? The evening is […]

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CARP Catch-Up: Food For Thought 1-Day DP Workshop!

CARP UK Workshop 19.11. 2016 On Saturday 19th November, CARP hosted our first 1-Day Divine Principle Workshop. It is the 3rd workshop CARP UK has hosted, thus far. The theme for this workshop was ‘Food for Thought’. Our aim was to re-introduce the Divine Principle to CARP members who have already been introduced to the […]

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Share My Passion: The Longest Fight You’ll Ever Have – Hyojoo Song

Hi all! Get ready for our second Share My Passion of the year! This event is a great chance to hear about something different to whatever you study in university or for work, you never know how cool you may actually find the topic and want to look into it more. Our November talk will […]

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CARP Catch-Up: Mirroring Africa, Within And Beyond by Phoebe Ruguru

On Wednesday 26th October, CARP hosted its first ‘Share My Passion’ talk of this academic year. Phoebe Ruguru, a SOAS student of International Relations and Anthropology, was born in Kenya. She shared her passion for representing the great continent of Africa in its true light.  It was very insightful. MC for the night, Yu-jin Mingala, […]

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