Observance of the annual International Day for Tolerance


Feeling sensitively towards differences and diversity

The International Day for Tolerance is marked every year on 16 November in order to create awareness about the principles of tolerance. It is a day for respecting the cultures, beliefs and traditions of others and understanding the risks posed by intolerance.

Tolerance day; one of the IB learner Attitudes, primary school celebrated World International day for Tolerance which represents respect, acceptance and appreciation of the rich diversity of our world’s culture. Students came up with very meaningful presentations on this day. They presented role plays, skits, power point presentations, posters, speeches, cards and performances to create the awareness about the principles of tolerance. Students of grade four and five had a great discussion on religious tolerance, diversity of community and how to consider others ideas and opinions with respect and they also presented a beautiful performance to represent the peace in all religions and cultures.