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World Science day for peace and development

Every year on November 10, World Science Day for Peace and Development is celebrated around the world. The United Nations has started celebrating this day to understand the important role of science in society and how it affects its importance and relevance in our daily lives by engaging the general public in debates on emerging scientific issues.

To keep the citizens of today's society informed about the progress of science, the United Nations wants to move forward by keeping the society as close as possible to science. Today also explains the remarkable contributions that scientists make to the community for the benefit of our society.

Besides, the objectives of World Science Day for Peace and Development are to promote national and international solidarity for science among nations, renew national and international commitments to use science for the benefit of society, draw attention to the challenges faced by science and mobilize national and international support for scientific endeavors. Since its inception by UNESCO in 2001, many scientific projects and programs have been successful, with many countries around the world providing financial support at the initiative of UNESCO. One of the objectives of the day is to coordinate the work of war-affected nation's scientists with other scientific organizations in the world.

Theme 2022:

Basic science for sustainable development

In this scientific age in which we are born, the contribution of science to peace and development will be incomparable. Good luck to everyone on this day.

Suyog Dhakal

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