Coronavirus fails to infect Conscience of Humanity; Pandemic stressed World marks “International Day of Conscience”

Coronavirus fails to infect Conscience of Humanity; Pandemic stressed World marks “International Day of Conscience”

The Deadly Coronavirus has infected more than 131,000,000 and killed over 2,859,000 people globally to date, unleashing havoc across the world, But many remained unfazed, and They  driven by their conscience came forward to help humanity in coping with the unprecedented challenges. On the ” International Day of Conscience” today, World Humanitarian Drive (WHD), an NGO, organized a webinar to reflect on the situation and role played by unknown and known faces of humanity. 

Speakers spoke at length about their experiences and lessons learned in the pandemic-COVID19  when millions battled for survival and remained locked in the confines of their houses, but scores of angels surfaced and did whatever little they could do for them while putting their own lives in peril. Hundreds of warriors lost lives so far and the pandemic, as well as their woes, are far from over. The  struggle is still on        

 Many believed that there is a higher court than courts of justice and that is the court of conscience. It supersedes all other courts and they delivered.

World Humanitarian Drive (WHD) marked the  International Day of Conscience”  and honored those who with their steel nerves delivered in spite of the fact the deadly virus was always staring at them.   


The International community marked, April 5 as International Day of Conscience”, The WHD had organized a virtual function to mark the day with aim of promoting a culture of peace with love and conscience.

WHD Founder Abdul Basit Syed today World Humanitarian Drive (WHD)  celebrated the #InternationalDayofConscience for “Promoting a Culture of Peace with Love & Conscience”

#HEAnthonyCarmona 5th President of #TrinidadandTobago  was the event Chief Guest along with #Hon_MandlaMandela MP, Grandson & Chief of#Hon_MandlaMandela#Hon_MandlaMandela


The United Nations declared  April 5 as International Day of Conscience. This day serves to remind people to self-reflect, follow their conscience, and do the right things. April 5, 2020, was marked as the first International Day of Conscience, which is a United Nations day.

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The designation of April 5 as the International Day of Conscience serves to remind people to engage in self-reflection to improve themselves and their communities, stimulating a crucial turning point for transforming our world. Conscience empowers people to tolerate, forgive, and love one another, and thus it shortens the distance between people and between nations.

History of International Day of Conscience:

On February 5, 2019, the Federation of World Peace and Love (FOWPAL) launched a global endorsement campaign for the Declaration of International Day of Conscience at the United Nations in New York. To date, the declaration has been translated into 41 languages and endorsed by people in 185 nations. On July 25, 2019, during its 73rd session, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a draft resolution submitted by the Kingdom of Bahrain, entitled “Promoting the Culture of Peace with Love and Conscience,” declaring April 5 the International Day of Conscience.

International days and weeks are occasions to educate the public on issues of concern, to mobilize political will and resources to address global problems, and celebrate and reinforce the achievements of humanity. The existence of international days predates the establishment of the United Nations, but the UN has embraced them as a powerful advocacy tool. We also mark other


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