International Peace Day: An Attempt to Bring Peace to the World

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The International Day of Peace, also unofficially referred to as the World Day of Peace. However, it is a holiday approved by the United Nations and which held annually on 21 September. It has committed to world peace, and in particular to the absence of war and aggression, as triggered by a temporary truce in a humanitarian aid access battle zone.

However, the day had observed for the first time in 1981, and has preserved by several countries, political parties, military groups and citizens. The day has devoted to peace education by the Secretary-General of the United Nations in 2013, a crucial preventive means of sustainably reducing fighting.

Each year, 21 September, the International Day of Peace (“Peace Day”) has celebrated around the world. Peace Day, started in 1981 by a joint United Nations resolution. It also offers a globally common date for all humanity to dedicate themselves above all differences. It also brings peace to devote to the creation of a culture of peace.

In fact, at the root of UNESCO’s mandate is the creation of a culture of peace and sustainable development which:

  • Sustainable development training and research
  • Human rights education
  • Skills for peaceful relations,
  • Good governance
  • Holocaust remembrance
  • Conflict prevention
  • peace building

People Performs Certain Activities –

  • Interfaith rituals for reconciliation.
  • A pacifying toast.
  • A choir for harmony.
  • People also candles lit.
  • Prayers of Goodwill.
  • A convoy of vehicles to harmony.
  • Planting an arboreal for harmony.
  • Exhibitions of art which promote peace.
  • Pacific Picnics.
  • They also walk in Harmony.

Today we have faced with the most difficult crisis since World War II. COVID-19 and its social and economic downturns challenge the protection of international peace and stability–potentially growing social instability and aggression. To work together to combat the true, clear enemy: the pandemic, the United Nations has called for an immediate global ceasefire. It’s time to keep the weapons silenced and bring hope to those most helpless. Also, this call has so far supported by over 100 Member States; diverse regional and religious bodies and over 200 civil society organisations.

Peace is our quality of birth. It is an energy that, under all conditions, we can generate and radiate. It has nothing to do with what we have or what is going to happen to us. We feel calm each time we build a pleasant thinking. This is because any thought produces a sensation. If our feelings are good, we feel good. This good feeling is calm. But also, we are peaceful when we are not angry, frustrated, jealous, competing, accusing, or nervous.

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