Showing posts with label UN days. Show all posts
Showing posts with label UN days. Show all posts

International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking- 26 June

The International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking was established by the United Nations and has been held every year since 26 June 1988.
The date June 26 was chosen to mark the success of Lin Zashu, a member of the Chinese government, to stop the British trade in opium in China in exchange for expensive goods. He forced the British Trade Commissioner to give him all the opium that the British had in China, which caused tension between the Chinese and the British in the country and even violence. It happened in 1839 in Guangdong, China, just before the first Opium War.

The United Nations declared the day of fighting drugs and combating illegal trade at the General Assembly on December 7, 1987.

World Refugee Day- June 20

International Refugee Day is celebrated every year on June 20 by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). The aim of the day is to raise awareness of the plight of millions of refugees around the world, who have been forced to flee their homes to safer countries.

The Refugee Convention states that a refugee is someone who has a well-founded fear of persecution on the basis of race, religion, nationality, political opinion or belonging to a particular social group (a certain social group is a somewhat vague category but in most countries of the world women are included).

Some facts about the situation of the right refugees today (from the Amnesty International website)

There are 25.9 million refugees in the world - the highest number ever recorded.
Half of the refugees in the world are children.

A third of the refugees - 6.7 million people - have found refuge in the world's poorest countries.
About 1.4 million refugees are at particular risk of violence and are particularly vulnerable and urgently need resettlement on a regular basis. But of those, only 92,400 refugees were resettled in 2018, less than 7% in need.

In 2018 there were 1.1 million new refugees, most of whom fled the conflict in Syria, South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Violence, insecurity, persecution and shortages of food, medicine and other necessities, have motivated millions of Venezuelans to leave their country. In the first five months of 2019, some 4 million Venezuelans left their homes in one of the biggest crises in the world. More than 460,000 Venezuelans have sought refuge but so far only a small proportion - some 21,000 - have been recognized as refugees.

Many rich countries continue to establish policies that will deter people seeking asylum in them. At the same time, they transfer the responsibility to neighboring countries that will protect the people fleeing for their lives. This limited and short-sighted policy forces women, men and children to embark on dangerous journeys on foot and by sea and endanger their lives and be exposed to human rights violations.
Refugee boat

The 10 countries that received the most refugees are: Turkey (3.7 million), Iran (979,000 refugees), Pakistan (1.4 million refugees), Bangladesh (906,000 refugees), Ethiopia (921,000 refugees), Uganda (1.1 million refugees), Jordan (2.9 million) Refugees), Sudan (908,700 refugees), Lebanon (1.4 million refugees) and Germany (1 million refugees).

The richest countries in the world are not doing nearly enough to fund the cost of protecting the people who have left everything behind. Referrals for humanitarian aid to refugees are consistently - and often - unfunded.

In conclusion, the world urgently needs a new global program based on genuine international cooperation and meaningful and fair sharing of responsibility.

June 20 is also Vanilla Milkshake Day

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day- June 15

Abuse of older people is a serious issue for which awareness is very important.
The UN has declared that June 15 each year will be a day to raise awareness of the phenomenon of elder abuse and neglect, to prevent such incidents from happening.

Unfortunately, around 1 in 6 adults experience some form of abuse. Abuse rates may be higher for older people living in nursing homes, by caregivers, than in the community. Elder abuse can take various forms such as physical, psychological or emotional abuse, sexual and financial. It can also be the result of intentional or unintentional neglect.
Elder abuse can lead to serious physical injuries and long-term psychological consequences.
Elder abuse is expected to increase as life expectancy increases in many countries and the elderly population increases.
The global population of people aged 60 and over will double, from 900 million in 2015 to about 2 billion in 2050.

How to mark World Elder Abuse Awareness Day?
There are several ways you can help mark this day and raise awareness of the sad phenomenon. You can volunteer in the frameworks for the elderly in your community.
Many seniors in the community live in solitude, and volunteering for an hour a week, talking over a cup of coffee or going on a short walk can contribute a lot to them and help them, and even find out if they are experiencing any distress like abuse or neglect.
Share the information about this day on social media, so that everyone is aware of the phenomenon and its importance, because it can happen to any adult, even to someone close to you and dear to you!

The people in the picture have nothing to do with the phenomenon

June 15 is also Nature Photography Day

World Environment Day- June 5

World Environment Day is an international holiday celebrated every year on June 5 by UN member states to raise environmental awareness. The day was declared by the United Nations General Assembly in 1972 and first marked in 1974. Meetings are held during the day. And conferences on education and awareness on the subject, including ways of treating and preventing environmental problems.

The purpose of this day is to raise awareness of issues related to the environment, promote change of attitudes on environmental issues and increase the cooperation of all countries, so that people will enjoy a prosperous and secure world in the future.
Environment Day is celebrated around the world in many activities, such as outdoor concerts, processions, tree planting, writing and painting competitions in posters in schools, as well as recycling and cleaning operations.

World Bicycle Day - June 3

In April 2018, the UN General Assembly declared June 3 to be International Bicycle Day. The decision to dedicate a special day to bicycles came to recognize them as a sustainable, simple, affordable, reliable, clean and environmentally friendly means of transport, unique, longevity and flexibility.
This is certainly true. Bicycles have been around since the 19th century. The first documented model of a bicycle was presented to the public in Paris in 1818 by the German Baron Karl von Drais. These were bicycles that were propelled by pushing the rider's feet against the ground and were known as "running machine", or "Draisine" in the name of their inventor.

In 1839 the first modern bicycles were created by the Scottish son of a blacksmith Kirkpatrick Macmillan who included the previous bicycle model when he created a crankshaft to propel the rear wheel.
In the late 1860s, the French Ernest Michaux and Pierre Lallement designed the first bicycles with pedals. Their bikes were all made of wood and later contained metal tires. Their model was called a "boneshaker" because riding them was very uncomfortable.
In 1870, the Englishman James Starley invented the "Penny-Farthing" bicycle model, which contained an extra-large front wheel that allowed the rider to travel at a higher speed than the boneshaker bicycle. These bikes were dangerous because of the great height of the rider who fell from them quite a few times. In the 1890s the safety bikes were invented that contained two equal wheels and a drive chain.

Two riders riding a Penny Farthing, Santa Ana, California, 1886
The nineties of the 19th century were called the "Golden Age of Bicycles". Add gears to them, move the seat back and develop the paddle using a chain. Cycling has become a comfortable ride and they are becoming more and more popular.
The bikes are not harmful to the environment because they do not waste any resources and do not pollute. Cycling contributes to health and is especially beneficial for people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

How to celebrate World Bicycle Day?
There are many reasons why World Bicycle Day celebration is vital to the health of the people of the planet and to the planet itself. Bicycles are an easy-to-use and affordable means of transportation for those who may not have access to a car.
In honor of the bike day you can ride them on the way to work or your place of study. You will not have to find parking when you arrive.
You can also go on a bike ride in nature and enjoy the view and good air.

June 3 is also Repeat Day

World Bee Day - May 20

In 2007, beekeepers around the world discovered that 40 billion bees had disappeared from their hives. If the disappearance of the bees continues, we will be in serious trouble.
Bees are one of the most important animals for the continued existence of humans, and in recent years there has been a fear of their extinction because their numbers are declining. The bees are pollinating animals, the ones that transfer the pollen of the plants from the males to the females, in order to reproduce them, and without them this process will be harmed. Bees also help warn of environmental hazards and when a local ecosystem is not functioning properly.

The extinction of bees will not only result in a worldwide shortage of honey, but also of fruits and vegetables.
Photo courtesy of: Yoel Yaron

The dangers facing bees are invasive insects, pesticides and land use for uses other than agriculture, and thus their nutrients are reduced and bee colonies are under serious threat.
Following the discernment of the declining bee population, initiatives have arisen to protect them. One of these initiatives is World Bee Day, announced by the UN in 2017.
The date of May 20 was chosen because it is the birthday of Anton Janša, the pioneer of the bee industry who was involved in beekeeping and honey production. Janessa was born in Slovenia in the 18th century, and was the first beekeeper in the world.

How to mark Bee Day around the world?
Plant wildflower seeds (from which the bees produce nectar), and grow plants in the garden that do not need much water or special chemicals to grow.
Get to know the local beekeepers and learn from them about the craft of making honey.
Buy / prepare / eat honey or foods that contain honey.
Read and learn about bees and other pollinators, and how we can stop bee extinction.

May 20 is also Quiche Lorraine Day

Anti-bullying day - May 4th

Every day is a good day to say no to bullying, but May 4th is the special day for it. Bullying against the weak exists everywhere. In school towards children, at work and also on the internet.
Bullying is when someone thinks he is strong, we will take care of someone who allows it, for pleasure or attention. The thugs harass those who are perceived as weak to get sympathy or simply out of evil and sadism.

Bullying is especially common in adolescence, where teens want to acquire high social status and popularity, so they do it at the expense of those who are weaker than them, usually it is a different wash from others.
The day of stopping bullying is a day to pay attention to the phenomenon of bullying in your environment. The day has been set by the UN, but it is celebrated on different dates in different countries in the world. There are places that mark the dayas Pink Shirt Day against bullying on one of the Fridays in February, but the idea is still the same.

If you suffer from bullying, today is the day to stand up for yourself and fight back or call for help. If someone around you is suffering from bullying, today is to stand by his side and help him.
First of all because we have to be human. Bullying hurts and scars remain for life. Unfortunately, there have also been cases where victims of bullying have ended their lives.
One more thing - do not forget that the "nerd" child who is being abused today can be your boss in a few years.

May 4th is also Star Wars Day and Firefighters' Day 

International Dance Day- April 29

World Dance Day is celebrated every year on April 29, which is the birthday of Jean-Georges Noverre (1727-1810), the French dancer and the Creator of ballet of action, the precursor of the narrative ballets of the 19th.
The day was created by the Dance Committee of the ITI (International Theater Institute) and was officially recognized by the United Nations in 1982 and has since been celebrated in all the member countries.

The message of International Dance Day is to celebrate dance and savor the universal language of this art form, which crosses political, cultural, geographical and ethnic barriers, brings together people all over the world.
Each year the ITI International Dance Committee selects an outstanding choreographer or dancer who conveys its message. The message is translated into many languages and distributed around the world.
The message of this year, 2021, belongs to the ballet dancer Friedemann VOGEL, who has a long and glorious international career, and it talks about the COVID-2 period and its limitations:
"...As dancers, we are constantly on the move, aspiring to create these unforgettable moments. Regardless of the dance genre, it’s what every dancer strives to achieve. 
So, when all of a sudden, we aren’t allowed to perform anymore, with theatres closed and festivals cancelled, our worlds come to a standstill. No physical contact. No shows. No audiences. Never in recent history has the dance community been so collectively challenged to stay motivated, to find our raison d’être..." (Link to source)
To celebrate International Dance Day every year, on April 29, the International Theater Institute invites its members along with dancers, choreographers, dance students and amateurs to join them in the celebration. The gala celebration takes place in a selected host city decided by the Executive Council of the International Theater Institute - for example in 2017 it was held in Shanghai, China and in 2018 it was in Havana, Cuba. The program of the gala event can vary, but usually consists of quality dance performances from around the world, student performances, keynote speeches, and a recital for the event of that year that reads, in person, the author of the chosen message in those years.

How to celebrate International Dance Day?

One way to celebrate International Dance Day is to start dancing. Sign up for a dance class or learn on your own from instructional videos. It does not matter what type of dance you choose, the main thing is that you will love it and express yourself with it. You can upload photos and videos of yourself dancing to social media with the hashtag #InternationalDanceDay. Another way to celebrate is to watch dance performances or movies about dance and dancers like: Fame (1980), Flashdance (1983), Footloose‏ (1984), White Nights (1985), Dirty Dancing (1987), Billy Elliot (2000), Step Up (2006), Black Swan (2010) and more ...

April 29 is also World Wish Day and Zipper Day

World Book Day - April 23

World Book Day or World Copyright Day is an annual event held on April 23 by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to promote reading, book publishing and copyright.
World Book Day was first celebrated on April 23, 1995.

The reason why Book Day was celebrated on this date is that in 1923, booksellers in Spain celebrated this day as a memorial to the author Miguel de Cervantes who passed away on this date. In 1995 UNESCO decided that this day would be Book and Copyright Day, also due to the fact that it is the anniversary of the deaths of William Shakespeare and the Inca Garcilso de la Vega and several other prominent members.
If you want to join countries that celebrate International Book Day, such as the US, England, Sweden, Spain and more, you can spend time reading, visiting the library, buying books, spending time in a reading club and more.

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World Wildlife Day - March 3

The world is full of amazing creatures in every possible way. From birds that fill the sky with thousands of species, colors and shapes, reptiles that live on earth, animals that are on land, whether it is in forests, fields and human settlements to fish that fill the sea in a variety of wonderful shapes and colors. Wild animals are animals that grow freely in the wild, in their natural places, without being cared for and exploited by humans for arduous work, entertainment and eating.
World Wildlife Day is a day designed to remind us of our responsibility for the world in which we live and the other life forms that share the world with us.

The history of World Wildlife Day
On March 3, 1973, the Washington Convention, or Protected Animals, was signed at the United Nations, or in its full name: Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). This treaty was signed by governments committing to nature conservation And its resources and protect endangered species.
This agreement was an agreement under which international trade in wildlife and wild plants does not threaten their very survival and it provides protection to varying degrees to more than 33,000 species of animals and plants.
On December 20, 2013, another step was taken to help spread awareness of the endangered species of animals in the world. The UN has declared that every year World Wildlife Day will be held, each time focusing on a different theme and idea that will help us keep in touch with the changing nature of our world, and the treasures we are about to lose in the animal and plant kingdom if we do not preserve them.
The theme of this year's World Wildlife Day is "Sustaining all life on Earth", encompassing all wild animal and plant species as key components of the world's biodiversity. 

How to Celebrate World Wildlife Day
The best way to celebrate Wildlife Day is to learn about them and spread the message of this important day. The Nature and Parks Authority holds activities on World Wildlife Day such as tours and tutorials, and activities that are suitable for children such as costumes and art workshops. You can go on a safari or a zoo, but there you will probably meet big, sad cats that are caged. No matter how you choose to celebrate Wildlife Day, what is important is that you spread the message that animals are important to our world for many reasons and should be maintained and treated with respect.
World Wildlife Day

World Day of Social Justice- February 20

It is true that social justice is something that should exist all year round, but it is good to have one day dedicated to raising awareness of how important social justice is to live in peace all of us together.
World Social Justice Day is a day proclaimed by the UN to raise awareness of this principle. Social justice is the basis for the coexistence of peace and prosperity between peoples and within peoples.


The principles of social justice are gender equality, the rights of indigenous and immigrant peoples, the removal of barriers to people because of gender, age, race, ethnic origin, religion, culture or disability.
Social justice is a general concept that refers to the conditions and rules that must exist in society in order to regulate the relations between human beings, between them and social institutions, between them and human beings from other peoples. They rely on morality and human dignity and are free from biases and biases.
According to the liberal conception, the principles of social justice do not prefer one conception of good over another and they apply to each and every person equally, regardless of their origin.
For the United Nations, the pursuit of social justice for all is at the heart of the global mission to promote development and human dignity.
In honor of World Social Justice Day, you can learn about the subject, teach others and think about your position.
Only where there is social justice among human beings, can there also be cooperation, peace and mutual respect.


February 20th is also Handcuff Day and Love Your Pet Day

International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation- February 6

February 6 has been declared by the UN today as zero tolerance for female  Genital Mutilation.
Female  Genital Mutilation is a cruel practice committed primarily against minors aged 3-13, which involves all procedures involving partial or complete removal of the external female genitalia, or other injury to the female genitalia for non-medical reasons, and is recognized worldwide as a violation of the human rights of girls and women.
Female  Genital Mutilation is very common especially in Northeast African countries, the Horn of Africa and West Africa. The custom also exists among the Bedouin and Kurds in the Middle East (except in Israel). Thousands of women go through the process every day, even today.


The custom is almost non-existent in Muslim countries in the rest of the Middle East and Central Asia.
Female circumcision is a cruel way of reflecting the inequality that is rooted between the sexes and is an extreme form of discrimination against women. Female circumcision not only destroys women's lives by infringing on their physical integrity and right to sexual pleasure, but also endangers their lives. The surgeries are apparently performed without medical supervision and often, with contaminated knives, leading to the deaths of many as a result of the surgery.
The practice of female circumcision has been going on for more than a thousand years, but the World Health Organization and UNICEF are working to eradicate it completely from the world. One of their major achievements was its outlawing in Egypt and Eritrea, but it seems the road is still long.
Although it seems to be done only in Third World countries, it turns out that even in Europe Muslims practice their daughters in secret. In East London, in 2010, young Muslim girls undergo the painful surgery at the initiative of their mothers Link to the article.


February 6 is also Frozen Yogurt Day

Immigrants Day - December 18

International Immigrants Day is a day of global solidarity with immigrants. Today, the UN International Covenant on the Rights of Immigrants declared in 1990. It was first celebrated in 1997 and only 17 years later, after the unification of immigrants and propaganda on the subject, it was celebrated again. Even today almost no one knows about the existence of the day This one, including the immigrants themselves.Immigrant Day is a celebration of 232 million people who said to themselves “I can no longer live in this place” and jumped on a plane with a one-way ticket.

There are lots of immigrants who have left to find new opportunities, but there are also those who have been forced to leave their homeland involuntarily, due to war, famine, natural disaster or human trafficking.
Due to climate change, the number of immigrants is expected to increase in the coming years. People who live in places that are prone to flooding due to rising ocean water levels for example, may get into a situation where they will have to leave where they live and start their lives in new places.
The issue of immigrants is very sensitive. It is not easy to absorb new immigrants, probably in a period that is not as quiet as it is today. But it also has a positive side - immigrants have millions of babies born in the receiving countries and they will be the future taxpayers who will help finance the pensions and social security of the locals.
International Immigrant Day was set for December 18, by the United Nations General Assembly on December 4, 2000.

December 18 is also Arabic Language Day

Human Rights Day- 10 December

To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity.

International Human Rights Day falls on December 10 every year worldwide. 
The day was first announced in 1948 by the UN to promote awareness of human rights issues around the world and highlights the UN's efforts to improve the human rights situation in the world. 
What looks obvious to us, was not acceptable in times when people did not have the natural rights we enjoy today. The philosopher John Locke gave the basis for determining the basic human rights which is based on a liberal. 

According to Locke the person is an individual, with wisdom and ability to manage his life and to take responsibility for his actions. Power has no authority to take from a man his rights. 
These rights are: right to live (whole body), the right to liberty, from which derivatives: Freedom of thought and opinion, which means an individual's freedom to form his opinion freely on any subject. This right must not stop, even if the opinion is considered dangerous and harmful, as long as it is not expressed externally. Liberty means freedom of conscience of man of his convictions morality and values, and to act or refuse to act on them. The right to act or refuse to act according to them, sometimes restricted. Freedom of religion (which also includes "freedom from religion"), freedom of movement, freedom of occupation. Freedom of expression includes the freedom of the press, the right to demonstrate and protest, freedom of speech. Intellectual property rights including intellectual property and materials, the right to a fair trial. The right to dignity, which are derived: the right to equality before the law, the right to protection from the language of evil (the right to reputation), the right to privacy.

December 10 is also Constitution Day in Thailand

International Day for the Abolition of Slavery- 2nd December

On 2 December 1949 the General Assembly approved the UN Convention of the Elimination of human trafficking and exploitation On 2 December 1949 the General Assembly approved the UN Convention on the Elimination of trafficking in persons and exploitation of prostitution of others. Since 1986 it note on the International Day to abolish slavery. In 2004, the UN General Assembly declared the International Year to mark the struggle against slavery and its cancellation . Although slavery is illegal, it still exists among different populations, especially in Third World countries.

Most of us feel like slaves in a way. We are slave to work, to fashion, to love- but we have some choice. Real slave doesn't have a choice.
Slavery is a working regime-owned and characterized by a person's control over another person were property. Human slavery is when a human is not free to determine his conduct and his agenda, and his master decides to go through all or most of the lifestyle and ways of behavior.

Usually the slaves throughout history were of race, ethnicity or religion different from their oppressors. The kidnapping or slavery began to fall captive during the war. Reasons slavery of the people for whom they were usually convicted of a crime or an inability to repay debt. Sometimes collected abandoned baby to the family who raised him as a slave. The children of slaves often became slaves themselves.

In ancient Greece, one could get an inheritance or gift slaves. You could also buy prisoners of war, abandoned children or hostages or victims of pirates. The slaves were working jobs unbearable, serve their masters until dawn the next morning, staff, harsh mines etc.

In ancient Rome were not the slaves have no rights. You could torture them and kill them according to the whims of their masters. Masters were rescued and treated it cruelly. One of the rulers writer who throws aquarium full of fish predators slaves were negligent and dropped to nothing.
Europe in modern times slavery was banned in major countries on the continent.

Slavery was common in Africa as elsewhere in the world and is multiplied with the spread of Islam in Africa and arrival of Muslim Arab slave traders. North African pirates kidnap Europeans were unemployed at the time of the Ottoman Empire. Slavery persists in Africa today. Nigeria Building and child trafficking still exists.

America-with the arrival of the conquerors of Europe to the continent, tried to enslave the Indians immigrants, but they died in droves diseases the Europeans brought with them. In addition, the Indians under the protection of Spanish crown and the church with the conversion. Use the new tenants in place in America people brought from Africa as slaves. African slaves were abducted by local traders or by their tribes, and sometimes even sold by their families. So were slaves from Africa to the United States (many of whom were victims on the way).

"Clave" by Alex da Silva | Slave Monument in Rotterdam Harbour

12 Years a slave- a movie about a free man who became slave for 12 years.
  December 2 is also United Arab Emirates

Africa Industrialization Day - November 20

The Africa Industrialization Day that falls on November 20 is a day declared in 1990, and is a day when a large number of African governments and organizations come together to explore different ways to stimulate the industrialization process in Africa. This special day attracts a large amount of attention from all over the world and hosts special seminars, meetings and other types of events all over Africa.

Although industrialization in Africa can be seen to rise gradually, the continent rich in natural resources lags far behind many other parts of the world, which have an impact on the development of Africa and its ability to communicate at a global level. On this day efforts are being made to bring together as much as possible the leaders of many countries in Africa, and the promotion of common goals on the industrialization of Africa and the exploitation of its resources can be something that the whole world will enjoy.


In honor of Africa's Industrial Day, get some interesting facts about this amazing continent:

Africa is larger than China, USA, India, Mexico and much of Europe are combined together.

Africa is home to the largest animals in the world: the African elephants, and the tallest: the giraffes.

The people of the Sun (Bushmen) tribe in South Africa, today use the same set of tools as the one in the cave, which was dated 44,000 years ago.

41% of children in Africa aged 5 to 14 are employed as workers.

People in Africa and Asia have to walk an average of 6 miles to collect water.

Between 1525 and 1866, 12.5 million Africans were abducted and sold into slavery in America.

Facebook has 100 million active users from the African continent.

96 elephants are killed every day in Africa.


The most deadly animal in Africa is the hippopotamus.

Married women in the Dogon tribe in Africa maintain relationships with men out of wedlock at the encouragement of their mothers.

South Africa is called "Rainbow Nation in the Cloud" because it has 11 different official languages.
In Africa there is beer brewed from bananas.
Beer in Tanzania Market, Source: Leo D'lion, Flickr


World Autism Awareness Day - April 2

International Autism Awareness Day is a day set by the UN with the aim of raising awareness of autism and increasing the acceptance and integration of autistics in society.
Autism Day was set by the UN in 2007 and is celebrated every year since April 2. This day is one of the four official health days set by the UN.
Autism is a developmental disorder that includes difficulties in interpersonal relationships and in the social, linguistic and communicative fields, in stereotypical and repetitive behavior and in a disorder in social skills.
In the last decade of the twentieth century, it has become clear that this syndrome and all other autistic spectrum syndromes have additional symptom groups such as sensory regulation problems (such as hypersensitivity to touch and relative insensitivity to pain) and coordination problems.
The term "autism" was coined by Dr. Leo Kenner in 1943, when he studied a group of 11 children at Jones Hopkins Hospital in Maryland, USA. These children probably had classical autism. At the time, a German scientist named Dr. Hans Asperger described a phenomenon similar to autism named after him, Asperger's Syndrome.

How to mark World Autism Awareness Day?
You can learn about autism from books, movies, etc. You can volunteer in places where autistics stay like in hostels. You can donate to charities for autistic people or buy gifts from places that employ autistic people and thus help promote them in society.

April 2 is also Reconciliation Day and Ferret Day

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