National & International Days (1 st Dec – 10 th Dec)

December is a month full of holidays and special days. From Christmas and
From Hanukkah to New Year’s Eve, there’s always something to celebrate. And if you’re
looking for an excuse to celebrate in December 2022, we’ve got you covered. In
this blog post, we’ll be highlighting some of the best national and international
holidays to celebrate in December 2022. From food and drink holidays to
important days in history, there’s something for everyone on this list. So whether
you’re planning a party or just looking for an excuse to celebrate, read on for the
most memorable December holidays in 2022!
“December is the month of joy, happiness, and to finish what you started.”
In the first 10 days of December, you can celebrate the following festive days.

 December 1 – World AIDS Day

December 1st is World AIDS Day, a day to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS and
to show support for those who are living with the virus. According to the World
Health Organization, there are currently 36.7 million people around the world
living with HIV/AIDS. In 2015, there were 2.1 million new HIV infections and 1.1
million deaths from AIDS-related illnesses.
World AIDS Day was first observed in 1988 and has been held annually on
December 1st since then. The day is an opportunity for people to learn more about
HIV/AIDS and how it affects people’s lives. It is also a time to remember those
who have died from the disease and show support for those living with
There are many ways that you can get involved in World AIDS Day. You can learn
more about HIV/AIDS and how to prevent it from spreading. You can also show
your support for those who are living with HIV/AIDS by wearing a red ribbon or
attending an event in your community.

 December 3 – International Day of Persons with Disabilities

In celebration of the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, we recognize
and honor the achievements and contributions of people with disabilities around
the world. This day also presents an opportunity to promote understanding and
awareness of the issues facing people with disabilities. It also presents an
opportunity to mobilize support for their inclusion in all aspects of society.
People with disabilities have always been an integral part of society, but they have
often been invisible or excluded. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of
Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD) was adopted in 2006 to promote, protect and
ensure the full and equal enjoyment of all human rights and fundamental freedoms
by persons with disabilities. The Convention focuses on ensuring that persons with
disabilities can enjoy their human rights on an equal basis with others. It calls for
inclusive societies that enable full participation by persons with disabilities.
The theme for this year’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities is “Not All
Disabilities Are Visible”. This theme highlights that many disabilities are not
immediately apparent and that everyone has a role to play in promoting the
inclusion of persons with invisible disabilities in society.
There are several things you can do to support the International Day of Persons
with Disabilities:

  • Learn about the UNCRPD and what it means for persons with disabilities
  • Educate yourself and others about different types of disabilities, including
    Invisible Disabilities
  • Advocate for the inclusion of persons with disabilities in all aspects of society,
    including in

 December 5 – World Soil Day

It’s World Soil Day! This day is all about raising awareness of the importance of
soil for our survival. Did you know that soil is a finite resource? We need to be
careful about how we use and manage it.
Soil provides us with food, water, and shelter. It helps regulate the climate and is
home to an incredible diversity of life. Healthy soils are vital to the health of our
planet and its people.

On World Soil Day, let’s take a moment to appreciate all that soil does for us. Let’s
also, commit to doing our part to protect this valuable resource.

 December 9 – International Anti-Corruption Day

December 9 is International Anti-Corruption Day, which is observed by the United
Nations to raise awareness of the negative impact of corruption on societies. The
day also serves as a reminder of the UN’s commitment to fighting corruption and
promoting transparency, accountability, and the rule of law around the world. In
honor of International Anti-Corruption Day, let’s take a look at some of the ways
corruption affects societies:
Corruption erodes trust in the government and institutions.
Corruption discourages investment and hampers economic development.
Corruption undermines democracy and effective governance.
Corruption endangers stability and peace.
So how can we fight corruption? Well, it starts with each one of us. We can refuse
to participate in corrupt activities or report them when we see them happening. We
can also support organizations that are working to combat corruption. And on this
International Anti-Corruption Day, let’s pledge to do our part in the fight against
this global problem.

 December 10 – Human Rights Day

December 10 is Human Rights Day, which commemorates the day on which the
The United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
General Assembly in 1948. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is a
document that outlines the basic rights and freedoms to which all humans are
entitled. This day is an opportunity for people to reflect on the importance of
human rights, and affirm their commitment to promoting and protecting these

Thus, the days urge the public to renown its cause and step forward to realize some
moral duties ahead. You can be satisfied with every virtue, and every task and nothing
can compare. Try to help the needy as much as you can.
“Doesn’t matter how big the task is, it does matter how small the thing you do in a
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