International Day of Conscience is two years old Big Celebration in United Nations

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International Day of Conscience is two years old Big Ce

5 April 2021 was International Day of Conscience.

The International Day of Conscience event, of which Dr. Akkan Suver is a founding member, was celebrated at the United Nations with a ceremony under the leadership of FOWPAL.

The Day of Conscience organized for a better world, with the participation of FOWPAL President Dr. Hong Tao-Tze, Former President of Trinidad Anthony Carmona, Former President of Ecuador Dr. Rosalia Arteaga Serrane, former President of Mauritus Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, Former President of Moldova Petru Lucinschi, Former President of Kiribati Teburoro Tito, First Lady of Trinidad Reema Harrysingh-Carmona, United Nations Representative of the Dominican Republic Roxanna de los Santos de Piantini, International Criminal Judge Antoine Kesia -Mbe Mindua, Bangladesh MP Selima Ahmad, former High Representative of the United Nations Disarmament Affairs Sergio Duarte, U.S. Congressman Normia Torres, U.S. California Senator Josh Newman, U.S. California Senator Susan Rublo, President of the Marmara Group Foundation Dr. Akkan Suver, President of International Human Rights Dr. Mary Shuttleworth, President of the World Science Association Dr. Kulljeit Uppaal, was celebrated online at the United Nations.


The text to speech of Dr. Akkan Suver's is below:

Without Conscience, There is no Peace nor Stability…

Today is the United Nations World Conscience Day!
As one of today's companions, I would like to begin my words by thanking Dr. Hong, Tao-Tze, who created the existence of a such formation.

Despite the Covid-19 pandemic that brought us to an environment that we could not do business, travel or go out for more than a year, I would like to begin with my thanks once more to Dr. Hong, Tao Tze and all our friends who receive me here.
Today is the World Conscience Day.

Again today; there is humanity desperate facing Covid-19 virus for more than a year.

Again today: there are still millions of people in Africa who have not met the Covid-19 vaccine.

Again today; people are killing each other every day in the Middle East.

Again today; there are rulers in Myanmar who killed their own people.

Again today; discrimination and racism still exist today even in the most civilized countries.

Again today; there are forces that do not allow girls to be educated.

Again today; involuntary immigration causes people to seek new homelands for themselves.

Again today; human trafficking and abuse is not falling from the of the world agenda.

Again today; drug trafficking continues to poison people.

Again today, there are conflicts, chaos and social and economic crises are taking place in various parts of the world.

Despite many such evils, humanity keeps its existence.

Because conscience is the guide of humanity that continues its existence.

There will be no peace nor will be stability unless conscience enlightens the future of humanity like a lighthouse.

However, we need stability and peace for our future.

The key to peace and stability is to raise generations with conscience.

We are obliged to entrust our future to conscientious and as well responsible young people. And this is through teaching our children the perception of conscience in education around the world.

In addition, another responsibility falls on the clergymen. It is also imperative for the clergymen to teach their believers to be conscientious.

We can not reach peace nor stability unless conscience takes part in schools, places of worship and life.

That is why I care about Dr. Hong, Tao-Tze and his friends as they lead on such an issue.

Congratulations. I hope that our work will open a new window in the house of peace and stability of humanity.