The International Day of Peace is celebrated on September 21 of each year. The United Nations describes this day dedicated to strengthening the ideals of peace, observing 24 hours of non-violence and ceasefire.
The day has been designated by the United Nations (UN) since 2002. Each year, the UN proposes a theme that supports the idea of the International Day of Peace and marks this day as a day dedicated to strengthening peace among the nations. country of the world.
The International Day of Peace was established in 1981 by the United Nations General Assembly. Two decades later, in 2001, the General Assembly voted unanimously to designate the Day as a period of non-violence and ceasefire.
International Day of Peace 2021: Theme
As the world heals from the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s theme for International Day of Peace is: Better Recover for a Fair and Sustainable World.
“Peace is not a naive dream.
It’s a light in the dark.
Guiding us on the only path to a better future for humanity. “
– United Nations (@UN) September 21, 2021
The UN has urged its members to think creatively and collectively on how to help everyone recover better, build resilience and transform the world into a more equal, more just, inclusive, sustainable and sustainable world. healthier.
While we’re at it, let’s take a look at the most peaceful countries in the world.
Iceland has repeatedly been at the top of the list of the most peaceful countries in the world.
Without a permanent army, navy or air force and the smallest population of any NATO member state (around 365,000 people), Iceland also enjoys a record high crime rate, a system of education and social welfare enviable and ranks among the best nations in terms of jobs. and earnings and the subjective sense of well-being.
2. New Zealand
New Zealand is located in Oceania next to Australia. The country is quite isolated geographically from the rest of the world and is known to be one of the most peaceful countries in the world with virtually non-existent violent crime and a very liberal, welcoming and multicultural population.
The nation is proud of the laws that protect freedom of speech and speech. The police don’t even carry personal firearms and have strict laws that prohibit them from acting arbitrarily.
Denmark is often referred to as “the happiest place on earth”. Denmark has liberal institutions for the safety and well-being of its citizens and to promote multiculturalism and diversity.
The low crime rate and the absence of corruption also makes the country one of the most peaceful in the world.
Portugal is another country that regularly ranks among the most peaceful nations in the world.
Portugal has a low crime rate, and the country is often considered one of the safest places to live. Interfaith and interethnic harmony also exists in Portugal.
A healthy economy has enabled the Slovenian government to invest heavily in public services such as law enforcement, which have played a significant role in keeping the streets clean. Slovenia has a low crime rate which makes it one of the safest countries in the world.
For education, Slovenia ranks among the best in Europe and the world. In fact, almost 100 percent of the adult population is literate.