Every year on 16 November, International Tolerance Day is celebrated in the world to spread awareness about tolerance and non-violence by eliminating negative feelings like intolerance and discrimination, let us know the importance and purpose of this day.
Also, it promotes tolerance in society and spreads awareness among the masses. The purpose of International Tolerance Day is to promote non-violence by eliminating the feeling of violence and negativity in the world.
International Tolerance Day was announced in the year 1996 by the United Nations General Assembly. Let us know about the history and purpose of International Tolerance Day.
History Of International Day Of Tolerance
The year 1995 was declared by the United National General Assembly as the International Year of Tolerance on the occasion of the 125th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. This year, “UNESCO Madanjit Singh Award” was also established to promote non-violence and tolerance and spread awareness in the world. After this, in the year 1996, it was announced by the United National General Assembly celebrated November 16 was International Tolerance Day.
The purpose of International Tolerance Day is to stop the increasing tyranny, violence, and injustice in the world and to make people aware of tolerance and tolerance.
In today’s changing times, where society is surrounded by many evils and violence, International Tolerance Day is very important.
How Is International Tolerance Day Celebrated?
The purpose of International Tolerance Day is to make people aware of tolerance considering the evils of society. In such a situation, this day is celebrated like a big festival. Many meetings and discussions are organized on this day, in which people listen to the problems of the present and share their views on them.
Why Is International Tolerance Day Important?
Nowadays, it is very important to celebrate International Tolerance Day to make people aware of the ill effects or terrible harm of the growing discrimination and violence in society and to remind the moral duties of the person in society. International Tolerance Day inspires all religions and different cultures to unite. That is why every person in society should take the responsibility of spreading the spirit of tolerance around him.