International Day of Conscience is observed on fifth April yearly to advertise a tradition of peace with love and conscience.
The day reminds the individuals to self-reflect, observe their conscience, and do the appropriate issues.
- In July 1989, the idea of the tradition of peace was launched on the International Congress on Peace within the Minds of Men which was organized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in Côte d’Ivoire.
- The day was aimed to assemble a tradition of peace that requires cultural, social, complete instructional, and civic motion, wherein every particular person has one thing to study and one thing to present and share.
- With a priority to create peaceable and pleasant relations primarily based on respect for human rights and basic freedoms to race, intercourse, language or faith, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) designated 5 April because the International Day of Conscience.
- On 25 July 2019, UNGA adopted a draft decision submitted by the Kingdom of Bahrain, titled “Promoting the Culture of Peace with Love and Conscience”. UNGA then declared 5 April because the International Day of Conscience. The day is first observed on 5 April 2020.