Religious Freedom Day is an American holiday dedicated to religious freedom. It is celebrated annually on January 16th. For every person, his religion is sacred, this fact must be accepted. There should be no place in the world for humiliation and insults towards people of other faiths.
Society must understand that it is one, despite differences in faith. Any religion is just a way of knowing the spiritual world, but this world is the same for everyone. This is the goal of Religious Freedom Day. In society, there should be no place for any discrimination, whether it be on faith, skin color and personal worldview.
The United States is a multinational state, so the problem of uniting people of different faiths is very acute. Religious Freedom Day was established on January 16, 1993. On this occasion, the President made a statement. In 1998, the International Religion Law was signed. No one can challenge the human right to freedom of religion.
- In total, there are more than 4 thousand different religions and beliefs in the world.
- Enormous efforts to solve the problem of religious freedom around the world are being made by the UN and other organizations.
- Hinduism is one of the broadest religions, respecting the right of every person to come to God in their own way.
How to celebrate
Learn more about the leading religions at Religious Freedom Day, talk to believers.
Share information about the holiday online. You can freely discuss religious issues with other users, listen to other points of view and become more erudite in the direction of religions.
When is Religious Freedom Day celebrated in 2023?
Religious Freedom Day is observed on January 16 each year.