Strategies to Promote Tolerance and Reconciliation
The ability to live, let’s live and appreciate diversity in the human race is known as tolerance. It does not only imply that we agree with one another and remain indifferent in the face of injustice but instead respect other people.
When we neglect to honor or love the customs, beliefs or opinions of folks that are different from us, then we become intolerant. By way of example, there’s a high degree of intolerance between Palestinians and Israeli Jews who don’t see eye to eye on issues of identity, self-determination, and safety.
Although tolerance might appear like an impossible thing, in some scenarios, it can help in assisting communities to move past conflicts which are intractable and remove tensions between groups of people. In areas with political tensions or economic depression, individuals and groups may find it challenging to tolerate people who are not like them or have wronged them. In these conditions, discrimination, dehumanization, violence, and repression could occur. Intolerance results in rifts between folks, creating permanent separations between disagreeing groups.
Third parties have to remind those involved in a conflict that tolerance is obviously better in the long term so as to …