What is Human Values Day?
Every year, we mark 24 April as a day to celebrate and raise awareness about the values within each of us, values that are the very core of our human nature.
We hope that by bringing to attention the need to practice human values in our lives, each one of us can become a beacon of hope and change in our families, communities, and the world at large.
To help tackle social and environmental issues that affect us and those around us, to create a brighter tomorrow.
The solution lies within each of us.
World music performances
We are delighted to be supported by the following multi-award winning bands and artists who will be performing on the day:
Guest faith speakers
We're also proud to be joined by faith speakers who will share their thoughts on the importance of human values in today's society.
Dhruv Chhatralia BEM
Author of 21 books and 325 public talks on Hinduism
Lady Sidra Naeem
Muslim Chaplain, Anglia Ruskin University & Queen’s representative for Essex
Ven Bogoda Seelawimala
Chief Sangha Nayaka, Great Britain & Head Monk, London Buddhist Vihara
Dr Karishma Koka
Member of Zoroastrian Trust Funds Europe, founder of Ba Humata Project.
Chair, Hertfordshire's Inter Faith Forum
Special guest appearance
Kiran Shah is a Hollywood actor, stunt double and poet.
He has been in several blockbuster films, such as Superman (1978), Superman II (1980), Raiders of the Lost Ark (Indiana Jones) (1981), Return of the Jedi (1983), Braveheart (1995), and Titanic.
He has also appeared as a stunt double or stand-in in The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit film series.
Human Values Day is open to all – regardless of age, faith, culture, race, language or profession. It promotes values which have no borders or barriers.
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