Tag Archives: Significance of International Days

Human Rights Day Information For Kids

Human Rights Day - 10 December: Celebration, Theme, Objective

Human Rights Day Information (HRD) is commemorated every year all over the world on 10th of December. It was first announced to be celebrated every year by the United Nations General Assembly on 10th of December in the year 1948. It is celebrated at this particular date annually to honor the United Nations General Assembly for declaring the human rights …

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International Day of Disabled Persons Information

International Day of Disabled Persons

International day of disabled persons was started celebrating internationally on 3rd of December every year and promoted as an international observance by the United Nations from 1992. The day was greatly emphasized to celebrate it yearly in order to promote the awareness about the people with disabilities as well as to encourage them by implementing a lot of assistance in their …

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World Aids Day Information For Students

World aids day is celebrated every year all over the world on 1st of December to raise the public awareness about AIDS (Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome). AIDS is a pandemic disease caused due to the infection of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). The day is celebrated by the government organizations, NGOs, civil society and other health officials by organizing the speeches …

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International Meatless Day: Animal Rights Day

International Meatless Day: Animal Rights Day

The International Meatless Day is celebrated on November 25 every year across the globe. It is also known as the International Vegetarian Day. This day is special in the sense that it marks the birth of Sadhu T.L. Vaswani, who was a great Indian educationist and began the Mira movement for the upliftment of Indian education system. He had also …

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International Day for Tolerance and Peace

International Day for Tolerance and Peace - 16 November

International Day for Tolerance and Peace is celebrated worldwide every year on 16th of November. It was first established by the UNESCO in the year 1995 to be celebrated yearly worldwide on 16th of November. There are some principles related to the tolerance which was declared by the UNESCO and adopted by the people all over the world. It was confirmed …

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World Diabetes Day Information: 14 Nov

World Diabetes Day Information For Students

World Diabetes Day is observed on the birthday of Sir Frederick Banting, who co-discovered insulin along with Charles Best in 1922. Check out the date, theme, history and significance. World Diabetes Day aims to create a platform to promote IDF advocacy efforts throughout the year, and a global driver to promote the importance of taking coordinated and concerted actions to …

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World Vegan Day Information For Kids

World Vegan Day Information For Students

The World Vegan Day is observed across the globe on 1st November annually; primarily to encourage people to turn pure vegetarian and abstain from consuming animal meat and if possible other dairy products. The day commemorates the formation day of ‘The Vegan Society’ in the United Kingdom in November 1944. The World Vegan Day should not be confused with the …

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World Polio Day Information For Students

World Polio Day Information For Students

October 24 is also known as the World Polio Day (WPD), which is marked to highlight the global efforts toward a polio-free world. The day also honors the contributions of those on the frontlines in the fight to eradicate the polio virus from every corner of the globe. The day also encourages a widespread use of safe and effective vaccines …

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International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction

International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction

International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction is observed annually on 13th of October with a view to spread awareness about natural disaster and various ways to manage the crises. Natural Disasters take place in almost all the countries of the world and are common to mankind since this world came into existence. The natural disasters include typhoons, earthquake, cyclones, avalanche …

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World Sight Day Information For Students

World Sight Day Information For Students

World Sight Day is commemorated every year on the second Thursday of the October month. It was first initiated by the Lions Club International Foundation under the Sight First Campaign in the year 2000. This day is celebrated to create awareness about vision impairment, blindness and other sight related problems. Approximately 90% of blind people are living in low-income countries; …

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