INTERNATIONAL DAY OF AMITY AND RECONCILIATION
Annually on September 20th is celebrated the International Day of Amity and Reconciliation,
on the eve of the International Day of Peace, under the patronage of the United Nations.
The International Day of Amity and Reconciliation (IDAR) was established in 2014. Founder and Initiator of this International Day is the President of IOFARN - International Organization for Amity and Reconciliation of Nations, H.E. Baron Kleiner of Grasse.
Every year, the International Day of Amity and Reconciliation is celebrated on September 20th, symbolically on the eve of the International Day of Peace, under the patronage of the United Nations. This International Day contains an universal appeal to pacific rapprochement and respectfully appointment of peoples, reconciliation and harmonization of cultures, finalizing in a real vision of peace.
The federative aspect between peoples and cultures of this International Day takes a particular significance and stout importance in an overly tense international context, impregnated by aversion and hostility, struck by an unprecedented violence and marked by fanaticism and contempt for others.
The mythical symbol of the International Day of Amity and Reconciliation is the famous GLOBE of PEACE. Every year and according to tradition is lit during the opening ceremony of the festivities, the flame within the GLOBE of PEACE. The celebrations take place in presence of international authorities and famous personalities in a solemn setting and are accompanied by a rich cultural program fascinating the general public.
Every year on 20th September on occasion of the International Day of Amity and Reconciliation is assigned the prestigious AMITY and RECONCILIATION AWARD by the IOFAR - International Organization for Amity and Reconciliation of Nations. This international award is a distinction and recognition for outstanding efforts that contribute to the peaceful rapprochement between peoples and nations, to develop harmonization between cultures and the better live together in the human society (see page Amity and Reconciliation Award).