National And International Dates Of October 2021

National And International Dates Of October 2021
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National And International Dates Of October 2021

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  • The important dates of October 2021 including the national and international dates of the month.

1 October - International Day of the Older Persons

Every year on October 1st, the International Day of the older person is commemorated to raise awareness about the issues that older people confront and to support the creation of a society that benefits people of all ages. On December 14, 1990, the United Nations General Assembly passed a resolution designating October 1 as International Day of Older Persons.

1 October -International Coffee Day
Every year on October 1st, International Coffee Day honours the millions of individuals across the world who work hard to manufacture and serve coffee in its consumable form, including farmers, roasters, baristas, and coffee shop owners.
1 October - World Vegetarian Day
Every year on October 1st, World Vegetarian Day is commemorated. The North American Vegetarian Society (NAVS) formed it in 1977, and the International Vegetarian Union (IVU) recognised it in 1978.
2 October -Gandhi Jayanti
Every year on the 2nd of October, Mahatma Gandhi's birthday is commemorated as Gandhi Jayanti. He was born in Porbandar, Gujarat, on October 2, 1869. He has influenced the lives of many notable world leaders, as well as our own.
2 October - International Day of Non-Violence
The International Day of Nonviolence is commemorated on October 2 to commemorate Mahatma Gandhi's birthday, who was instrumental in India's independence.
On June 15, 2007, the United Nations General Assembly passed a resolution creating the International Day of Non-Violence to promote nonviolence through education and public awareness.
3 October - German Unity Day
Every year on the 3rd of October, German Unity Day commemorates the unity of the country. The Federal Republic of Germany and the Democratic Republic of Germany merged on October 3, 1990, to become an unified federal Germany.
4 October - World Animal Welfare Day
World Animal Welfare Day is observed on October 4th to increase public awareness about the importance of taking action for animal rights and welfare around the world. It is critical to raise global welfare standards.
First Monday of October (In 2021, it falls on 4 October): World Habitat Day
Every year on the first Monday of October, the world commemorates World Habitat Day. The United Nations General Assembly declared it in December 1985, and it was observed for the first occasion in 1986.
5 October - World Teachers' Day
Every year on the 5th of October, all around the world, World Teachers' Day commemorates the approval of the ILO/UNESCO Recommendation Concerning the Status of Teachers in 1966. Without a doubt, this Recommendation establishes standards for teacher rights and responsibilities, education, recruiting, and employment, among other things.
6 October - German-American Day
Every year on October 6th, German-American Day is commemorated. The German-American heritage is commemorated on this day.
8 October - Indian Air Force Day
The Indian Air Force Day is observed on October 8th across the country. The Indian Air Force Day was founded on October 8, 1932.
9 October - World Postal Day
Every year on October 9th, World Postal Day is observed to increase public awareness about the importance of the postal industry to people and businesses on a daily basis. The Universal Postal Union was founded in Bern, Switzerland in 1874, and the Universal Postal Union Congress in Tokyo, Japan in 1969 proclaimed its anniversary as World Postal Day.
10 October - World Mental Health Day
Every year on October 10th, World Mental Health Day is commemorated to raise awareness about the global prevalence of suicide and the role that each of us can play in helping to prevent it. The World Federation for Mental Health is hosting this event. WHO, the International Association for Suicide Prevention, and the United for Global Mental Health all support it.
11 October - International Day of the Girl Child
On October 11th, the International Day of the Girl Child is commemorated to raise awareness and advocate for girls' rights.
13 October - International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction
Every year on October 13th, the International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction is commemorated to raise awareness about the dangers of natural disasters. The United Nations General Assembly established the International Day of Disaster Risk Reduction in 1989.
14 October - World Standards Day
Every year on October 14th, World Standards Day is commemorated to raise awareness among regulators, business, and consumers about the importance of standardisation to the global economy.
Second Thursday of October (In 2021, it falls on 14 October): World Sight Day
The second Thursday of October is designated as World Sight Day. It will happen on the 14th of October in 2021. The goal of World Sight Day is to raise awareness about the importance of attention in vision impairment and blindness.
15 October - Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day
In the United States, Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day is held on the 15th of October every year. This is a day to remember those who have lost their lives due to miscarriage or infant death. Remembrance rituals and candlelight vigils are held to mark the occasion.
15 October - Global Handwashing Day
The Global Handwashing Partnership established Global Handwashing Day on the 15th of October every year. This day gives you the chance to come up with new strategies to urge people to wash their hands with soap at important moments by designing, testing, and replicating them. The first Global Handwashing Day was observed in 2008.
15 October - World White Cane Day
The National Federation of the Blind commemorates World White Cane Day on October 15th. For blind individuals, a white cane is a crucial instrument that allows them to live a full and independent life. They can move freely and safely from one area to another with the aid of a white cane.
15 October - World Students' Day
Every year on the 15th of October, World Students' Day commemorates the birth anniversary of A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. This day honours and pays tribute to him, his contributions to science and technology, as well as his position as a teacher throughout his scientific and political careers.
16 October - World Food Day
Every year on October 16th, World Food Day is commemorated to encourage people to eat healthy. The United Nations founded and launched the Food and Agriculture Organization on this day in 1945.
16 October: World Anaesthesia Day
The first effective demonstration of diethyl ether anaesthesia in 1846 is commemorated on World Anaesthesia Day, which falls on October 16.
16 October: Boss Day
On the 16th of October, National Boss Day or Boss's Day is observed to honour their employers' efforts. The day also honours the dedication, hard effort, and challenges that managers and supervisors endure in the workplace.
16 October: World Spine Day
It is marked on October 16th to raise awareness of the global burden of spinal pain and disability.
17 October - International Day for the Eradication of Poverty
Every year on October 17th, the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty is commemorated. On November 20, 1989, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) was adopted.
20 October - World Statistics Day
Every five years, on October 20, World Statistics Day is commemorated. On October 20, 2010, the first such day was observed. The third World Statistics Day took place this year. The United Nations Statistical Commission established the day to recognise the importance of data integrity and reliability around the world.
23 October - Mole Day
Every year on the 23rd of October, Mole Day is commemorated. Avogadro's Number, a basic measurement unit in chemistry, is commemorated on this day. The goal of this day was to pique people's interest in chemistry.
24 October - United Nations Day
Every year on the 24th of October, the United Nations celebrates the anniversary of the UN Charter's entry into effect. This day has been commemorated since 1948, and the United Nations General Assembly proposed that Member States recognise it as a public holiday in 1971.
24 October - World Development Information Day
Every year on the 24th of October, World Development Information Day is commemorated to attract global attention to development issues and the need to improve international collaboration to address them.
30 October - World Thrift Day
Every year on October 30th, India celebrates World Thrift Day, while the rest of the world celebrates it on October 31st. This day is dedicated to encouraging people to save money all throughout the world.
31 October - Rashtriya Ekta Diwas or National Unity Day
Every year on October 31st, Rashtriya Ekta Diwas, or National Unity Day, is commemorated to commemorate Sardar Vallabhai Patel's birth anniversary. He was instrumental in bringing the country together.

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