"Better-than-Before Recovery" is the topic for 2021.
Every year on September 21, the International Day of Peace is commemorated

Every year on September 21, the International Day of Peace is commemorated. The United Nations General Assembly established this day to promote peace ideals among all countries and peoples on a national and international basis. The COVID-19 outbreak has emphasized the importance of collaborating to rebuild and establish a more just, egalitarian, inclusive, and sustainable society for all. The pandemic's initial victims were the poor and weak. Despite the fact that over 687 million COVID-19 vaccinations had been distributed globally by April 2021, over 100 countries have yet to get a single dose. The United Nations Secretary-General recommended that all armed parties halt hostilities on March 23, 2020, so that humanity can deal with the coronavirus outbreak. According to the UN Secretary-General, the conflict's foolishness has become even more evident in light of the rapidly spreading virus. The Security Council encouraged member nations to maintain a "sustained humanitarian pause" in local conflicts in a unanimous decision. Those caught up in the conflict must be permitted to get life-saving vaccinations and treatment if the international cease-fire is to be sustained. The pandemic is accompanied by an uptick in stigma, discrimination, and antagonism, all of which are potentially lethal. Everyone has become unwell as a result of the illness. It makes no difference where we come from or what faith we follow. When dealing with humanity's collective peril, we must remember that we are not adversaries. We must make peace with one another in order to recover from the pandemic's consequences. We must also find a way to live in harmony with nature. Despite travel restrictions and a drop in economic activity, climate change is not going away. We need a green and resilient global economy that creates jobs, reduces emissions, and strengthens resilience to climate change. "Better-than-before recovery for a fair and sustainable society" will be the subject of the 2021 International Day of Peace. Participate in the United Nations' efforts to make the world a more just and sustainable place. On International Day of Peace, the United Nations urged all governments and peoples to mark the end of hostilities by promoting peace education and public understanding of peace issues.
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Yegor Creed sang with his dad
The track was co-authored by Yegor Creed and his dad. Indeed, both of them sing in two voices, and sometimes solo