International Day of Conscience is on 5th April

April 5 is the International Day of Conscience. The purpose of this day is to promote a peaceful culture of love and conscience.

International Day of Conscience is on 5th April

05 April 2021 Current Affairs:April 5 is the International Day of Conscience. The purpose of this day is to promote a peaceful culture of love and conscience. This day reminds people to reflect on themselves, follow their conscience, and do the right thing. 
History: 
In July 1989, the concept of a culture of peace was put forward at the International Peace Conference organized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The purpose of this day is to build a culture of peace, requiring people to carry out cultural, social, comprehensive education and civic actions. In this peace, everyone has something to learn, and something to share and share. In order to establish peaceful and friendly relations on the basis of respect for human rights and basic freedom of race, gender, language or religion, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) has designated April 5 as the International Day of Conscience. On July 25, 2019, the United Nations General Assembly passed a draft resolution entitled “Promoting a Culture of Peace with Love and Conscience” submitted by the Kingdom of Bahrain. The United Nations General Assembly subsequently declared April 5 as the International Day of Conscience. This date was first observed on April 5, 2020.
 

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