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International Day Of Non Violence
 

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    International Day Of Non Violence International Day Of Non Violence Presentation Transcript

    • International Day of Non-Violence U.N Honours Gandhiji’s Ideals by declaring Gandhi Jayanti as international day off non violence
    • UN declares 2 October, Gandhi’s birthday, as International Day of Non-Violence
    • "Non-violence leads to the highest ethics, which is the goal of all evolution. Until we stop harming all other living beings, we are still savages."
    • Non-violence is not inaction. It is not discussion. It is not for the timid or weak...Non-violence is hard work. It is the willingness to sacrifice. It is the patience to win."
    • Violence destroys lives and livelihoods, breeds insecurity, fear and terror, and has a profoundly negative impact on human development. Whether in situations of conflict or crime, it imposes enormous costs on states, communities and individuals.
    • A new culture of peace, preventing wars, terrorism and poverty, is generated when a natural order of social harmony gives priority to the well-being of children, parents, and caregivers, who make up 50 to 80% of the population in any given country.These groups are basically peace-loving, and provide the social foundation for a harmonious, new culture of peace. Mahatma Gandhi wrote: "If we are ever to have real peace in this world we shall have to begin with the children." The founding leaders of the Non-Aligned states meet in New York in October 1960. From left: Nehru of India, Nkrumah of Ghana, Nasser of Egypt, Sukarno of Indonesia and Tito of Yugoslavia.
    • Continued global warming is expected to cause shifts in the geographic range (latitude and altitude) and seasonality of certain infectious diseases, including vector-borne infections such as malaria and dengue fever, and food-borne infections
    • Education encourage changes in behaviour that will create a more sustainable future in terms of environmental integrity, economic viability, and a just society for present and future generations .
    • "Climate change is an environmental issue, but also a development issue. The international community should respect the developing countries' right to develop."
    • To day on International day of non-violence we should pledge our selves we will work towards achieving social justice, economic growth, environmental protection, religious tolerance and peace.
    • Globalization, Growth and Poverty Globalization has helped reduce poverty in a large number of developing countries but it must be harnessed better to help the world's poorest, most marginalized countries improve the lives of their citizens.
    • By, VIII-C VIDYA & SWATHI
    • By, VIII-C VIDYA & SWATHI