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The significance of International Day of Conscience

International Day of Conscience was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 2019 and is celebrated for the first time in 2021.

The International Day of Conscience is observed on April 5th every year to promote the importance of conscience, ethics, and values in decision-making. Therefore, the day was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 2019 and is celebrated for the first time in 2021.

The day honors the critical role that conscience plays in fostering a more equitable and peaceful society. Nonetheless, it motivates people to think about their choices, actions, and ideals and to live up to their consciences. Additionally, it exhorts decision-makers to uphold moral standards and respect for human rights in their decisions and actions.

The International Day of Conscience is especially pertinent in the current global climate, where moral leadership and ethical decision-making are urgently needed. In addressing issues like poverty, injustice, and climate change, it emphasizes the significance of values like compassion, empathy, and integrity.

Therefore, the day serves as a reminder of the role that conscience plays in guiding both our individual and societal behavior. It inspires us to live ethically and morally, and it motivates us to work for a more fair and peaceful world.

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