The World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialog and Development is seen to elevate diversity and to exhibit the significant role of intercultural dialogue. The day is celebrated on May 21 consistently to grandstand the lavishness of the world's cultures and for accomplishing harmony and manageable advancement. The World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialog and Development 2019 will be praised at the UN Headquarters with different events where individuals of indigenous starting point will take an interest. The UAE will observe Diversity Day alongside the nation's revelation of 2019 as the Year for Tolerance and its facilitating of many related events.
Otherwise called Diversity Day, it is seen as a chance to enable networks to comprehend the significance of different cultures and the conventions from around the globe. The day additionally attempts to grandstand how individuals originating from various ethnicities can live respectively in harmony notwithstanding their cultural differences.
To keep up harmony among individuals and common understanding, evenhanded trade and discourse among civilisations and cultures are important. This activity is a part of the worldwide framework of an Alliance of Civilizations launched by the United Nations.
History of Diversity Day
Diversity Day appeared because of the demolition of the destruction of Bamiyan in Afghanistan in 2001. In 2002, the United Nations General Assembly previously announced the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialog and Development after the selection of UNESCO's 2001 Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity, perceiving the need to "enhance the potential of culture as a means of achieving prosperity, sustainable development and global peaceful coexistence". The day plans to achieve the four objectives of the UNESCO Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions received on 20 October 2005 which are as underneath:
Support sustainable systems of governance for culture
Accomplish a fair progression of cultural goods and services and increase the mobility of artists and cultural professionals
Incorporate culture in sustainable development frameworks
Advance human rights and fundamental freedoms
On the occasion of World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development Audrey Azoulay, Director-General of UNESCO said, "Diversity takes many forms, but the language is perhaps one of the first we encounter as social beings. Language is what defines our internal world just as much as it defines the way we communicate in the outside world. It is what connects us to our roots, our culture and history, but also to our communities and our families."