International Day for Tolerance 2017

November 16, 2017 in the World

The UNESCO celebrate November 16, 2017 as the annual International Day for Tolerance. The date goes back to November, 16 in 1995 when 185 member states of the UNESCO signed the declaration of the principles of tolerance. The International Day for Tolerance stands for living together peacefully no matter of which cultural or religious background one is.

Tolerance means to accept and respect other people with different lifestyles, ideologies, habits and customs. The concept of tolerance today often refers to the acceptance of an equal status for any human being on our planet. It bases on values like human rights and fundamental freedom for the individual.

Where is Day for Tolerance?
Worldwide
World

When is Day for Tolerance?
Thursday, the 16th of November 2017
Only 341 days left!
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Copyright: Rosemarie Gearhart, license: iStockphoto.com
Two girls with different skin color tolerating each other.
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