​INTERNATIONAL DATES: World Day Against Child Labour 

The World Day Against Child Labour is an International Labour Organisation (ILO) sanctioned holiday first lunched in 2002 aiming to raise awareness and activism to prevent child labour. It was spurred by ratifications of ILO Convention on the minimum age of employment and on the worst forms of child labour.

The World Day Against Child Labour, which is held every year on June 12, is intended to foster worldwide movement against child labour in any of its forms.
Source : Wikipedia 

​INTERNATIONAL DATE: World Red Cross Day. #igslekki 

World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day is an annual celebration of the principles of the Red Cross and Red Crescent movement. World Red Cross and Red Crescent is celebrated on 8th May each year. This date is the celebration of the birth of Henry Dunant (born 8 May 1828), the founder of International Committee of the Red Cross and the recipient of the first Nobel Peace Prize

Source: Wikipedia 

​INTERNATIONAL DATE: International Dance Day #igslekki 

The International Dance Day was introduced in 1982 by the International Dance Council (a UNESCO partner NGO) and is celebrated yearly on April 29. The Date is not linked to a particular person or a particular form of dance, although its also the day when the French dancer and ballet master Jean-Georges Noverre was born. The main purpose of Dance Day events is to attract the attention of the wider public to the art of dance.

Source: Wikipedia 

​INTERNATIONAL DATE: World Malaria Day #igslekki

World Malaria Day (WMD) is an International observance commemorated every year on 25 April and recognizes global efforts to control malaria. Globally, 3.3 billion people in 106 countries are at risk of malaria. In 2012, malaria caused an estimated 627,000 deaths, mostly among African children. Asia, Latin America, and a lesser extent the Middle-East and parts of Europe are also affected.

Source: Wikipedia 

​INTERNATIONAL DATE: World Contact Day.  #igslekki

World Contact Day was first declared in March 1953 by an organization called the International Flying Saucer Bureau (IFSB), as a day in which all IFSB members would attempt to send a telepathic message into space. 

The IFSB voted to hold such a day in 1953, theorizing that if both telepathy and alien life were real, a large number of people focusing on an identical piece of text may be able to transmit the message through space 
Source: Wikipedia 

​INTERNATIONAL DATE: International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day (IWD), originally called International Working Women’s Day, is celebrated on March 8 every year. In different regions the focus of the celebration ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation and love towards women for their economic, political and social achievements. An effective Womens Day was the 1975 Icelandic womens strike which paved the way for the first female president in the world. 

Source: Wikipedia 

​INTERNATIONAL DATES: International Mother Tongue Day #igslekki 


It was a social movement built on the spirit to defend the rights to write in one’s mother language.
International Mother Language Day has been observed since 2000 to promote peace and multilingualism. The date corresponds to the day in 1952 when students from the University of Dhaka, Jagannath College and Dhaka Medical College, demonstrating for the recognition of Bengali as one of the two national languages of East Pakistan, were brutally shot dead by police (then under Pakistan government) near the Dhaka High Court in the capital of present-day Bangladesh.
Mother language” is the calque of a term used in several languages  lengua materna (Spanish), lingua madre (Italian) and langue maternelle (French). The more literal and more common English translation is “mother tongue”, while “native language” has the same meaning and is also in common use. In linguistics, the English term “mother language” usually refers to an ancestral language, often a proto-language, relative to its descendent language family.

Source: Wikipedia  

​INTERNATIONAL DATES: World Day of Social Justice. #igslekki


As recognized by the World Summit, social development aims at social justice, solidarity, harmony and equality within and among countries and social justice, equality and equity constitute the fundamental values of all societies. To achieve A SOCIETY FOR ALL governments made a commitment to the creation of a framework for action to promote social justice at national, regional and international levels. They also pledged to promote the equitable distribution of income and greater access to resources through equity, equality and opportunity for all. 

The government recognized as well that economic growth should promote equity and social justice and that a society for all must be based on social justice and respect for all human rights and fundamental freedoms. Social justice is an underlying principle for peaceful and prosperous coexistence within and  among nations. We uphold the principles of social justice when we promote gender equality or the rights of indigenous people and migrants. We advance social justice when we remove barriers that people face because of gender, age, race, ethnicity, religion, culture or disability.
Source: Wikipedia  

​INTERNATIONAL DATES: Valentines Day.

Valentines Day, also called Saint Valentines Day or the Feast of Saint Valentine, is an annual holiday celebrated on February 14. It originated as a Western Christian Liturgical feast day honoring one or more early saints named Valentinus, and is recognized as a significant cultural and commercial celebration in many regions around the world, although it is not a public holiday in any country. 

Source: Wikipedia  

​INTERNATIONAL DATES: World Radio Day.

World Radio Day is an observance day held annually on 13th February. World Radio Day is about celebrating radio, why we love it and why we need it today more than ever. A day to remember the unique power of radio to touch lives and bring people together, across every corner of the globe. It was proclaimed on 3rd  November by UNESCOs 36th General Conference after originally proposed by the Kingdom of Spain.

Source: Wikipedia