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International Day of Peace!

 

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Today, we celebrate the International Day of Peace. It is also known as World Peace Day. International Day of Peace is a day observed by the United Nations (UN). It was first celebrated in 1981.

This day is dedicated to world peace. On this day, many countries, people and military groups observe 24 hours of non-violence and cease-fire (temporarily stopping fights).

Key Facts!

  • “End racism, Build peace” is the theme that will be used for the International Day of Peace in 2022.
  • Imagine a world in which feelings of compassion and empathy triumph over feelings of suspicion and hatred.
  • A world that we can feel genuine pride in having created.
  • The United Nations’ overarching goal is to create a world in which people of all racial backgrounds can live in harmony and enjoy their full potential.
  • The elimination of racism needs to be the top priority if we want to have world peace.
  • This is especially true now when the world has been through so much suffering as a result of the pandemic.
  • Wars have broken out in various countries, forcing people to flee their homes.

How are you celebrating the International Day of Peace?  Share your thoughts, messages and art on Curious Times.

 

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