21st September: "International Day Of Peace".

By: Babita Singh


International Day of Peace is observed on September 21st every year.

It's a day dedicated to promoting peace and non-violence worldwide.

The United Nations established this day in 1981.

The date, September 21st, coincides with the opening session of the UN General Assembly.

People celebrate by participating in peace marches and educational events.

It emphasizes diplomacy and peaceful dialogue to resolve conflicts.

Each year has a specific theme, like "Shaping Peace Together" or "Climate Action for Peace."

Human rights and education play vital roles in achieving and maintaining peace.

Challenges to peace include armed conflicts, terrorism, and economic inequalities.

International Day of Peace reminds us of the importance of working together for a more peaceful world.

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