Introduce ethics lessons in all educational institutions of the World on November 16

Introduce ethics lessons in all educational institutions of the World on November 16

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Светлана Деньгова started this petition

Introduce ethics lessons in all educational institutions of the World on November 16, teach the Code of Social Morality.

The World we are going to live in tomorrow depends on everyone. Ethical and moral norms are the controls of human relations in society, coordinating personal interests with public ones. However, the concept of ethics recedes from consciousness of many people unfortunately. Its’general lack will result in terrible consequences. The new normal is imposed in the society, which affects ultimately development of moral standards of young people.

If we do not start changing the situation now, going out will be scaring tomorrow. The lack of a sound sense of the limits of ethical conduct leads to their unhealthy distortion. Insults and disrespect turn to be the new norm of society. Irritation and intolerance, harassment and rudeness in social networks are growing. The effect of this is cruelty in real life. 

The lack of ethics hits everyone to various extents.

Ethics is the core of every person, like facets of a glass. Once morality vanishes in society, the person unconfined by the "facets", being the peculiar norms of behavior, violates the law more often, as he has no inner taboos.

If we do not teach ethics to children and instill bright and creative views of life in them, such as respect for fellow human beings, there will always be those to teach them other things: extremism, suicidal behavior, mass shootings.

The International Non-Profit Ethics Organization proposes to introduce training and introductory lessons and lectures in educational institutions of the World on November 16, the Global Ethics Day, the “Code of Social Morality”https://inpeo.org/en/department-of-civil-ethics/ 

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