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INTERNATIONAL DAY OF NON VIOLENCE, 2nd October.

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF NON VIOLENCE, 2nd October.

Violence means Civil unrest, and it distracts the peace and progress of any Nation that engages in it. Non violence on the other hand brings peace, unity, progress and development.
Today is observed as International day of non-violence. It is a United Nations declared day and it’s observed annually on this day.
The day was created on the 2007 in one of the UN resolution to look back on the influence of an Indian activist born Mohandas Karamchad Gandhi, but known the world over as Mahatma Gandhi.
The day honor how Gandhi’s work and legacy has impacted global.
His methods have been the cornerstone of civil and human rights initiatives all over the world. Simply Gandhi saw it as completely irrational to use violence to achieve peace but rather ” Just means lead to just ends” a lesson we can all take to heart.
The UN has good reason to use Gandhi’s, the man who helped bring forward the notion of “Non violence and tremendous impact this form the social response has had all over the world in the last century.
On this day,’awareness campaign for non violence, for social change are held by INGOs, NGOs, and other stakeholders working on peace engage themselves.
Other event may include organizing different events, doing random act of kindness.
Jumali and MDSCF join the stakeholder in Non violence and UN member Nations to commemorate the day.
Happy INTERNATIONAL DAY OF NON VIOLENCE from JTSLTA/MDSCF

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