September 20, 2020

Dia Mirza spreads the message of non-violence through a Peace Day international occasion – bollywood



I hope folks realise the significance of a world bereft of battle and strife. A world with out peace will lead to extra hardships for folks and fewer effort and sources directed in direction of the problems that basically matter,” says actor Dia Mirza, who will likely be a part of a worldwide digital occasion on Peace Day on September 21. 

The free-to-register digital occasion goals to unite 4 billion folks globally, and options famend names from leisure, politics, and tradition for 13 hours of digital actions to unfold the message of peace and non-violence. With solely 10 years left to realize the Sustainable Growth Objectives (SDG), the occasion brings collectively 100 nationwide governments, cities, companies, NGOs and others who’re dedicated to halving international non-violence by 2030. Produced by Hollywood actor Jude Legislation, the occasion will likely be hosted by British TV presenter Laura Whitmore, with Dia Mirza as one of many key audio system together with Sport of Thrones’ Bella Ramsey. 

Mirza is the UNEP Ambassador, and UN Secretary Generals Advocate for SDGs. She states, “The seventeen SDGs cowl a gamut of points that have an effect on human beings and achievement of those are unattainable with out peoples’ participation. In the beginning, folks should know and perceive their objectives. Empathy, tolerance and respect for one another are a fundamental requirement and information is step one in direction of that. As soon as we’re conscious, we have to make small adjustments in our lives. For local weather motion, for example, our consumption patterns want to vary. If every one in all us makes these small adjustments the general outcome could be enormous. The Covid-19 pandemic has underlined the significance of a united world that may come collectively to battle its collective crises. 2020 has been a difficult yr nevertheless it has made us pause and consider the problems that basically matter.”