International Day of Peace celebrated on September 21 since 1981. It is a day on which all the world celebrates the power of global solidarity to build a world full of peace.
Peace is not only for resolving conflicts and wars, it is also important in stable countries because the opposite of peace can be created anywhere
whether in school, at home, on the street, or between countries.
So the idea of peace must be protected, defended, and developed, and by celebrating this day People around the world are reminded of the importance of achieving it among peoples.
INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE
International Day of Peace celebrated on September 21 every year since 1981.
The day was announced by the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, to unite all governments and civil societies in the world to work to achieve peace through dialogue.
Every year during this day, peace speeches are delivered at the United Nations Office in Geneva
and the aim of these speeches is to promote dialogue on how to achieve consensus and resolve conflicts around the world.
HOW TO CELEBRATE IT
Celebration of this day takes place in multiple ways by educating people in the community and educating them on how to achieve peace and its importance.
In some countries, group meditation sessions are being prepared, in addition to peaceful vigils, moments of silence
and dialogue sessions in which children and youth of all ages are allowed to participate in the conversation.
And these sessions can be held in schools and universities, and this day can be celebrated by preparing for art exhibitions for peace
screening of films on this topic, concerts and singing, and other cultural celebrations.