International Day Of Multilateralism And Diplomacy For Peace

International Day of Multilateralism and Diplomacy for Peace ⁣is a holiday observed annually on April 24th, designed to foster friendly⁣ relations among‍ countries for the sole purpose of maintaining peace between them.

Multilateralism is ​just one tool ⁢used by the United Nations to try to bring countries together in ‌the spirit of world ⁣peace and security. This holiday‍ is one of the tools to achieve this goal. With​ that said, there are ⁣a number of reasons why this holiday should be observed not just by governments but also by citizens,⁣ and we’ll explore some of them in this​ holiday guide.

The History of International Day of Multilateralism and Diplomacy for Peace

This⁢ holiday was established⁤ on December 12th, 2018, by the United Nations. It was created through⁤ the passage⁢ of UN Resolution⁢ A/RES/73/127 and was⁢ first observed on⁢ April 24th, 2019.

This resolution reaffirmed the UN⁢ Charter, acknowledged the role of diplomacy and multilateralism, and recognized the⁣ UN as the most representative international organization dedicated to⁣ multilateralism. The holiday created by this resolution has been observed​ every year since its creation.

Some ‍Quick Points About ⁤Multilateralism

We don’t want to​ belabor the point of multilateralism, but we do feel some people might not be entirely clear ⁤about what it is. That’s why we’ve listed the following points that⁢ we hope ⁢will⁣ make everything ⁢a little clearer.

  • Multilateralism​ occurs between at least three countries.
  • Multilateralism ‍is a collaboration between nations with the ⁢purpose of providing solutions for ⁣problems ‌that face them all.
  • Multilateralism is based on ⁣solidarity, inclusion, and consultation.

Observing the International Day of Multilateralism and Diplomacy for Peace

The primary purpose‌ of this holiday is ⁤to spread the news about ‌diplomacy and multilateralism,‍ and we ​think‌ that ordinary people⁢ can help‍ spread the word as well‌ as ​anyone.

People can ensure that they spread the news⁢ about this holiday ⁢through social media or by telling friends and family members ⁣about​ it. This is also a good day ​to learn more ‍about multilateralism and‍ to find out some of the⁤ ideas‌ being offered up toward this goal.

When is it?
This year (2024)
April 24 Wednesday
Next year (2025)
April 24 Thursday
Last year (2023)
April 24 Monday
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