voice 2: The Buddy Bears have also collected money for needy children all over the world. Over one million euros have been given to help children, already. And when the bears are finished travelling, they will be sold. The money will be given to UNICEF, to help more children.
voice 1: As the bears travel, they celebrate diversity. They celebrate the differences in many cultures. Each bear is different, but together they form an amazing work of art.
voice 2: But tolerance does not happen by itself. It does not happen by just looking at art. People must work to encourage tolerance. Tolerance starts with us. You and me and the people we know must encourage tolerance. Here are some ways that you can observe International Day for Tolerance in your community. These ten ideas come from UNESCO.