The International Day of Friendship is celebrated to promote the idea of friendship between people, cultures, and countries. The day was proclaimed by the United Nations in 2011, and it recognises the importance of friendship in creating peace and harmony throughout the world.
In Australia, the International Day of Friendship is celebrated annually, with various events and activities taking place to bring people together from different backgrounds and cultures. Australians are encouraged to make new friends and reach out to old ones, as well as to promote the values of tolerance and respect for those of different nationalities and religions.
The day is meant to be a reminder that even in times of division and conflict, a simple act of friendship can make a world of difference. Through friendship, people can learn to appreciate each other's differences and work towards a common goal of a more inclusive, peaceful, and compassionate society. The International Day of Friendship is observed annually on July 30th.
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