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International Day of Tolerance: To Encourage respect, dialogue and cooperation among different cultures and peoples
Religion and Theology
Pages 3 (753 words)
Title: INTERNATIONAL DAY OF TOLERANCE Name: Institution: Professor: Course: Date: INTERNATIONAL DAY OF TOLERANCE The move to protect the beauty and relevance of diversity and variety is being repeated by the UNESCO, after it was first started in 1995. It would be noted that in 1995, the UNESCO celebrated International Day of Tolerance to bring attention to the world on the need for cultural diversity and variety to be respected, as variety is the spice of life.
This article therefore reflects on the topic of tolerance as a global phenomenon of importance. Donna (2013) notes that “according to the United Nations, tolerance is the capacity to accept differences, respect one another and stand up for what one knows is right.” From this definition, it would be realized that tolerance is a multi-variant phenomenon that encompasses several aspects of human existence and behavior. Firstly, tolerance has to do with acceptability, where acceptability will be seen as the ability to live with the fact that other people have the right to do things differently (Heysse, 2010). tolerance also has to do with respecting one another, where there is the realization that beyond accept, we must look at the differences that other people practice as dignifying and worthy of practicing. Finally, there is an aspect of tolerance which gives attention to the ability to stand for what one believes; meaning that tolerance must also do with us accepting what we believe in. There are several reasons for which tolerance must be practiced among all people. ...
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