|11 Jul 2005 @ 10:17|
The General Assembly, in resolution 55/282 of 7 September 2001, decided that, beginning in 2002, the International Day of Peace should be observed on 21 September each year. The Assembly declared that the Day be observed as a day of global ceasefire and non-violence, an invitation to all nations and people to honour a cessation of hostilities during the Day.
It invited all Member States, organizations of the United Nations system, regional and nongovernmental organizations and individuals to commemorate the Day in an appropriate manner, including through education and public awareness, and to cooperate with the United Nations in establishing a global ceasefire.
Here it is in black and white, people. September 21st sounds like it could be a great day. (Or did somebody already say that 3 years ago?)
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