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United Buddy Bears is an international art exhibition with more than two metre tall fiberglass bears. Under the motto: "We have to get to know each other better, it makes us understand one another better, trust each other more, and live together more peacefully", more than countries acknowledged by the United Nations are represented, promoting "tolerance, international understanding and the great concept of different nations and cultures living in peace and harmony".
The bears stand "hand in hand" in a "peaceful circle" The Art of Tolerance . The bears were on display between June and November , in a circle around the Brandenburg Gate. Around 1.
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On 6 November , the bears were moved to new locations, including their respective countries embassies in Berlin, or back to country that they were based on. After the success of the first exhibition, a new circle was created in The idea was to send the circle on a global tour.
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In the early years, the Bears were designed by regional artists and Berlin celebrities for the exhibition Art in the City. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 7 September Archived from the original on 11 August Retrieved 30 September Retrieved Archived from the original on CNN iReport. Archived from the original on 6 October The Hindu. Archived from the original on 10 May We believe that everyone should be able to travel the world because we know that crossing borders and travelling makes us more open-minded and tolerant.
Our vision is of a world where our differences are a source of inspiration and development, not intolerance and prejudice. Our purpose is to give courage and encourage each one of us to stay curious and be open-minded so we can all enjoy a better, more diversified world. They don't come from the same culture, speak the same language or wear the same clothes, but none of that matters: jokes are shared, hearts are opened, and friendships across borders are made. It was an honour to document the children on their journey, and record the beautiful words they wrote to their parents about how they see the world in the beginning and the end of the Village.
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The sooner they learn to respect and embrace diversity, the sooner they will understand that we are all equally different and how important this is for individual growth — and our world. Our Colourful World is a simple but effective activity that explains stereotypes and demonstrates how they are used — even unintentionally.
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Equally Different is an educational and fun activity that helps children learn about discrimination, how important it is to recognise it when we see it — and how simple it is to change. The school kits were created together with teachers, children and CISV International with the aim of helping children stay open-minded and understand the importance of mutual respect and tolerance.
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The children understood the importance. By educating the next generation, and through building intercultural friendships based on cooperation and understanding, CISV aims to help children and youth to develop the skills they need to become informed, responsible and active global citizens, able to make a positive difference in their communities and the world.
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It turns out they have much more in common with other nationalities than they thought We hoped to kick start a conversation that would go on long after the film had been watched. Despite the success of the film, the journey towards an open world goes on. Travelling is about exposing yourself to something else, something different.
Open your mind and put a leash on your judgement. And remember: you are just as different to others as they are to you. A quick question might turn into an inspirational conversation. Yes is the magic word to new experiences. Start saying yes today, not only when travelling but also in everyday life. See how much a little word can make a difference. Have the courage to do something for the first time. Travelling is about crossing borders, including the ones you have put up for yourself.
Curiosity is the compass that leads to an open-minded view of the world. Challenge yourself and fight the urge to rely on the routine. Do the opposite of the obvious and let your curiosity lead you to new experiences.
Facing the world with an open mind makes you a source of inspiration to others. Let friends and family see the beauty and friendliness of the world through your eyes. Attitudes are contagious. Let yours spread across the world, and encourage others to be open-minded so we can all enjoy a better, more diversified world.