In 1995 UNESCO declared November 16th. as the International Day
The International Day for Tolerance is to generate public awareness of the
dangers of intolerance.
The United Nations Charter states:
"We the people of the United Nations determined to save succeeding
generations from the scourge war..."
Ban Ki-moon states:
"On the International Day for Tolerance, let us recognize the mounting
threat posed by those to divide, and let us pledge to forge a path defined
by dialogue, social cohesion and mutual understanding.
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