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Worldwide and International Holiday Calendar

Worldwide and International Holiday Calendar for 2020-2021 year
There are not many things in life people agree about. So, if a holiday is called a worldwide or international one, and people agree to celebrate, or commemorate something at the global level, it means that this holiday (or commemoration) is based on things that are REALLY important. We’re sure that you don’t want to miss anything important, so we give you a complete list of Holidays and Special days observed all over the world.

List of Holidays celebrated around the world for 2020-2021 year

October 2020

Thursday 1 October - World Vegetarian Day (1977); International Coffee Day (At a meeting on 3–7 March 2014, a decision was taken by the International Coffee Organization to launch the first official International Coffee Day in Milan as part of Expo 2015); World Cocoa and Chocolate Day; International Day of Older Persons; International Music Day; International School Library Month; World Vegetarian Day and International Vegetarian Week
Friday 2 October - World Day for Farmed Animals; World No Alcohol Day; World Farm Animals Day; Balloons Around The World Day; Worldwide Day of Play (is an annual event designed to encourage children and parents to turn off the television and play together, especially outdoors); International Day of Non-Violence; World Smile Day
Monday 5 October - International Day of No Prostitution (IDNP is an awareness day that was first observed in 2002. Locations at which IDNP was observed in its inaugural year included the San Francisco Bay Area of California, United States and Melbourne, Victoria, Australia); Global James Bond Day; World Architecture Day; World Habitat Day; World Teachers’ Day
Wednesday 7 October - International Trigeminal Neuralgia Awareness Day; International Newspaper Carrier Day; World Day of Action for Decent Work; International Walk and Bike to School Day (the first Wednesday in October. It began in 1997 as a one-day event. Over time, this event has become part of a movement for year-round safe routes to school and a celebration – with record breaking participation – each October)
Saturday 10 October - World Porridge Day; World Homeless Day; World Day Against the Death Penalty; International Day Against the Death Penalty; European Day for Organ Donation and Transplantation (The European Day for Organ Donation and Transplantation (#EODD) takes place to raise awareness on the importance of organ, tissue and cell donation as a way to improve and save lives); International Pinotage Day (Celebrated on the second Saturday of October); World Hospice and Palliative Care Day; World Mental Health Day
Sunday 11 October - World Obesity Day (The first World Obesity Day took place in 2015); International Day of the Girl Child
Monday 12 October - World Bone and Joint Week; World Economist Day (the day when outstanding representatives of the profession are awarded a prize by decision of the Nobel Committee); Fall World Migratory Bird Day (UNEP); World Arthritis Day
Saturday 17 October - International ShakeOut Day (Drop, Cover and Hold On! If nothing else, remember to take those three steps if and when an earthquake strikes); World Trauma Day; World Day for Organ Donation and Transplantation; Edge Day (International observance, Straight Edge Movement); International Day for the Eradication of Poverty
Sunday 18 October - World Menopause Day (doctors call for women to take action at menopause, to prevent health problems in later life); Internation Lead Poisoning Prevention Week; Women's Global Happiness Day (directed against the epidemic of depression among women. The idea that arose in 2017 belongs to Carin Rockind)
Tuesday 20 October - International Pediatrics Day (The Day of Pediatrics or Día Internacional de Pediatría was instituted in 1973, during the World Congress of Pediatrics held in Argentina, in commemoration of the founding of Argentine Pediatric Society); International Chefs Day; International Day of the Air Traffic Controller; World Osteoporosis Day; World Statistics Day
Wednesday 21 October - International Day of the Nacho (nachos first appeared in 1943 in Piedras Negras, a small Mexican city which is very near to the U.S. military base Fort Duncan, in Texas); Global Iodine Deficiency Disorder Prevention Day or World Iodine Deficiency Day; International Day of Culture for Concord and Peace (organized by Aljabart Charitable Foundation)
Friday 23 October - International Mole Day; International Snow Leopard Day; World Ballet Day (is an annual celebration of ballet held since 2014 in the first week of October); World Champagne Day (Celebrated on the penultimate Friday of October)
Sunday 25 October - European Lawyers Day; World Opera Day (officially is celebrated since 2019); World Pasta Day

November 2020

Saturday 7 November - International Day of African Writers (celebrated since 1992 at the initiative of the Pan-African Writers Association); International Merlot Day
Tuesday 10 November - International Accounting Day (That's the date in 1494 when Venetian mathematician Luca Bartolomeo de Pacioli published an epic tome that included an in-depth look at bookkeeping practices); World Needleworker Day (celebrated since 2013 on St. Παρασκευή. Embroidery lovers consider her their patroness); World Science Day for Peace and Development
Thursday 19 November - International Beaujolais Day (Date for 2020; observed on the third Thursday in November); World Day for the Prevention of Violence against Children (created in 2000 by the Fund of the World Summit of Women); International Men’s Day; World Philosophy Day; World Toilet Day
Sunday 22 November - International Son Day (community initiative)
Tuesday 24 November - Evolution Day (International observance); International Carmenère Day (Created in 2014, this festival originally celebrated the 20th anniversary of a grape that was ‘lost,’ then rediscovered)
Sunday 29 November - International Day of the Bible (is an initiative from the United States and especially the Association of the Bible who wanted to promote this day from November 24, 2014); International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People
Monday 30 November - Cities for Life Day (International); Cyber Monday (the online version of Black Friday, where online retailers offered big discounts to match their brick-and-mortar counterparts)

December 2020

Sunday 6 December - International Sweater Vestival (Festival of Sweater Vests - fun unofficial Christmas fashion-related holiday featured)
Tuesday 8 December - World Climate Day (initiated by several environmental associations of France and Belgium)
Wednesday 9 December - World Techno Day (Juan Atkins was born on Dec 9, 1962, and was part of the Belleville Three, so named because of their time together in Belleville, Michigan); International Anti-Corruption Day; International Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the Victims of the Crime of Genocide and of the Prevention of this Crime
Monday 21 December - World Orgasm Day (date for 2020. Celebrate the day of the winter solstice)

January 2021

Monday 4 January - World Braille Day (UN 1 November 2018 A/C.3/73/L.5/Rev.1); World Braille Day
Wednesday 6 January - World War Orphans Day (was initiated by the French organisation, SOS Enfants en Detresses)
Tuesday 12 January - International Kiss A Ginger Day; World Daughter's Day (an international initiative that arose from the National Daughter Day in India)
Sunday 24 January - International Women's Sports Day (initiated by the French CSA Audiovisual High Council in 2014); International Day of Education (3 December 2018 A/RES/73/25. Education is key to sustainable development)
Thursday 28 January - European Data Protection Day (initiated by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe)

February 2021

Monday 1 February - Beginning of the World Interfaith Harmony Week (The World Interfaith Harmony Week was first proposed at the UN General Assembly on September 23, 2010 by H.M. King Abdullah II of Jordan); World Read Aloud Day (is a day devoted to the power of literacy and the transformational joy that comes from sharing stories aloud within a family, a classroom, and a community. Founded by the nonprofit LitWorld and sponsored by Scholastic); International Furmint Day (Official hashtag:#FurmintDay)
Monday 8 February - International Epilepsy Day (every year on the second Monday of February people join together to celebrate IED)
Wednesday 10 February - World Pulses Day (UN: A/RES/73/251. Dried beans, lentils and peas are the most commonly known and consumed types of pulses. Pulses are a type of leguminous crop that are harvested solely for the dry seed.)
Thursday 18 February - Global Drink Wine Day (So why should this only be a day that is celebrated in the USA?)
Friday 19 February - International Tug-of-War Day (Dropped from the Olympic Games in 1920, Tug of War still remains a Worldwide sport and many nations have their own governing bodies)
Monday 22 February - Birthday of Scouting and Guiding founder Robert Baden-Powell and Olave Baden-Powell (and its related observance: - Founder's Day or "B.-P. day" - World Organization of the Scout Movement); World Thinking Day (World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts)
Tuesday 23 February - International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day (The first dog biscuits were developed in the mid-19th century by American manufacturer James Spratt); World Spay Day (Last Tuesday in February)
Wednesday 24 February - World Information Architecture Day (World IA Day is a one-day annual celebration hosted by the Information Architecture Institute and held in dozens of locations across the globe); World Bartender Day
Sunday 28 February - World Tailors Day (international); World Day without Facebook (organized by Facebook users to inform the administration of the social network about cyber addiction and intrusions in privacy)

March 2021

Monday 1 March - World Compliment Day (appeared after many successful editions of “National Compliment Day” in the Netherlands)
Wednesday 3 March - World Butt Day (Kara Kitty Blair, Rae Woodbuns, Melissa Benzinger in 2012); World Hearing Day (is held each year to raise awareness on how to prevent deafness and hearing loss and promote ear and hearing care across the world); World Wildlife Day
Thursday 4 March - International Scrapbooking Industry Day; International Day Against Sexual Exploitation; World Engineering Day (anniversary of the founding of the World Federation of Engineering Organizations - WFEO, in 1968)
Friday 5 March - European Surveying and Geoinformation Day (and European Expert Geometer Day); World Energy Efficiency Day (This international event takes place in order to raise awareness of the rational use of energy)
Thursday 11 March - World Plumber’s Day (initiated by the World Plumbing Council); World Glaucoma Week (March 11 to 17); World Kidney Day (is a global health awareness campaign focusing on the importance of the kidneys and reducing the frequency and impact of kidney disease and its associated health problems worldwide); Global day of prayer for Burma; European Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Terrorism (commemorating the terrorist attacks in Madrid on March 11, 2004, which killed 191 people)
Friday 12 March - World Day Against Cyber Censorship (requested by Reporters Without Borders and Amnesty International in 2009); Global Brain Awareness Week (March 12 to 18)
Saturday 13 March - World Endometriosis Awareness Day; Africa Scout Day; World Riesling Day (The First Annual Riesling Birthday was celebrated in 2019)
Sunday 14 March - International Ask a Question Day (Today, on the 14th March, was Albert Einstein’s birthday in 1879)
Monday 15 March - World Day of Muslim Culture, Peace, Dialogue and Film; International Day Against Police Brutality; World Speech Day (The idea came from Simon's work in establishing a free database for contemporary and historic speeches. Speeches change the world: socially, politically, in the arts, business and religion. World Speech Day was launched by Simon Gibson at the Athens Democracy Forum in 2015)
Saturday 20 March - World Sparrow Day; UN French Language Day (United Nations) and International Francophonie Day (Organisation internationale de la Francophonie); World Storytelling Day; World Head Injury Awareness Day; World Fairy Tale Day (arose on the initiative of Sweden in 1991); International Without Meat Day (This holiday was observed for the first time in 1985 in the USA as Great American Meatout); International Macaroon Day (macaroon is a French confectionery made from egg whites, sugar and ground almonds. Usually made in the form of cookies; put cream or jam between two layers); World Frog Day (celebrated since 2009); International Day of Happiness; World Oral Health Day
Sunday 21 March - International Colour Day (The adoption of an international day of colour was proposed in 2008 by the Portuguese Color Association, whose president, Maria Joao Durao, presented the idea to the International Colour Association. The proposal was agreed in 2009 among the members of this society, which is composed of national associations and members representing more than 30 countries); World Planting Day; World Office Storage Day; International Adolescent Health Week (Being a part of International Adolescent Health Week is easy! Wear lime green or share lime green giveaways and prizes all week long); International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination; International Day of Forests; International Day of Nowruz; World Down Syndrome Day; World Home Economics Day; World Poetry Day
Monday 29 March - World Piano Day (a annual worldwide event founded by a group of likeminded people, takes place on the 88th day of the year – because of the number of keys on the instrument being celebrated)
Tuesday 30 March - School Day of Non-Violence and Peace (DENIP in countries with Southern Hemisphere school calendars. Founded in 1964)

April 2021

Saturday 3 April - World Aquatic Animal Day (The first ever annual “World Aquatic Animal Day” took place April 3rd, 2020, with the inaugural theme of the aquaculture industry)
Wednesday 7 April - International Beaver Day (The largest beaver-built dam is in Wood Buffalo National Park, Alberta, Canada and is 850m long); International Day of Reflection on the Genocide in Rwanda; World Health Day
Monday 12 April - Global Day of Action on Military Spending (The day was originally proposed by the International Peace Bureau and the Institute for Policy Studies with the aim of promoting a common awareness of the amounts of money spent on military); International Day of Human Space Flight
Wednesday 14 April - International Moment of Laughter Day (is focuses on laughter as a way to de-stress); America Day (Día de las Américas (es) with the support of the Organization of American States)
Thursday 15 April - World Art Day; Universal Day of Culture; International Biomedical Laboratory Science Day (is celebrated annually on 15 April to promote and acknowledge the role of biomedical laboratory professionals in diagnostic and preventative healthcare organisations)
Saturday 17 April - Malbec World Day (Malbec is a purple grape variety used in making red wine. MWD is celebrated to commemorate the day when president Domingo Faustino Sarmiento of Argentina officially made it his mission to transform Argentina's wine industry. On that day, back in 1853, he tasked Michel Aimé Pouget, a French soil expert, to bring over new vines); World Hemophilia Day
Sunday 18 April - World Amateur Radio Day (Every April 18, radio amateurs worldwide take to the airwaves in celebration of World Amateur Radio Day. It was on that day in 1925 that the International Amateur Radio Union was formed in Paris); International Pizza Cake Day; The International Day for Monuments and Sites
Monday 19 April - World Bicycle Day (The events of the first LSD trip in April 19, 1943, now known as “Bicycle Day”, after the bicycle ride home, proved to Hofmann that he had indeed made a significant discovery: a psychoactive substance with extraordinary potency, capable of causing significant shifts of consciousness in incredibly low doses)
Thursday 22 April - International Girls in ICT Day (aims to encourage and empower girls and young women to consider studies and car​eers in the growing field of Information and communications technology)
Friday 23 April - International Pixel-Stained Technopeasant Day (The Day is declared by author Jo Walton, held on April 23 and first celebrated in 2007, in response to remarks made by Howard V. Hendrix stating that he was opposed "to the increasing presence in our organization the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America of webscabs, who post their creations on the net for free". The purpose of the day, according to Walton was to encourage writers to post "professional quality" works for free on the internet. The name of the day originates from the assertion by Hendrix that the "webscabs" are "converting the noble calling of Writer into the life of Pixel-stained Technopeasant Wretch."); UN English Language Day (United Nations); UN Spanish Language Day (United Nations); International Nose Picking Day; World Book and Copyright Day
Saturday 24 April - World Veterinary Day (Last Saturday in April); International Day of Multilateralism and Diplomacy for Peace (A/RES/73/127. Multilateralism, process of organizing relations between groups of three or more states); International TableTop Day (Celebrate on the last Saturday of April); World Day for Laboratory Animals

May 2021

Saturday 1 May - International Sunflower Guerrilla Gardening Day; Global Love Day; World Naked Gardening Day (celebrated on the first Saturday of May); EuroMayDay (unites the theme of instability in the labor collectives of many countries of Western Europe); International Workers’ Day (May Day)
Sunday 2 May - World Laughter Day (was created in 1998 by Dr. Madan Kataria, founder of th worldwide Laughter Yoga movemen); World Scrapbooking Day; World Tuna Day
Tuesday 4 May - World Give Day (is one day a year when people all over the world come together to support the causes they care about most. Whether you donate to your favorite non-profit, a person in your community, or give some of your time, World Give Day is a day to focus on giving back); International Firefighters’ Day; World Asthma Day
Wednesday 5 May - World Hand Hygiene Day; World Pulmonary Hypertension Day; International Handwashing Day (since 2009, when the WHO Patient Safety Program launched a new initiative called Save Lives: Wash Hands); International Sauvignon Blanc Day (The First Annual Sauvignon Blanc Day was celebrated in 2009. Celebrated always on the first Friday in May); International Day of the Midwife (International Midwives Day)
Friday 7 May - World AIDS Orphans Day (an event organized by the François-Xavier Bagnoud Association since 2002 to raise public and government awareness of the plight of orphans)
Sunday 9 May - World Fair Trade Day (celebrated on the second Sunday of May); World Moscato Day (Moscato, or Muscat in Italian, is one of the oldest known variety of grapes grown in the world); World Migratory Bird Day
Monday 10 May - World Lupus Day; World Melanoma Day (is recognized on the second Monday of May around the world to highlight the growing prevalence of malignant melanoma)
Wednesday 12 May - International Awareness Day for Chronic Immunological and Neurological Diseases; World Fibromyalgia Awareness Day (Fibromyalgia is a complex of disorders and causes bone and muscle pain. This is a chronic disease that affects approximately 2-5% of the world's population); International Myalgic Encephalomyelitis / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Awareness Day; International Nurses Day
Saturday 15 May - International Conscientious Objectors Day; World Whisky Day (Third Saturday of May); World Dog Day (started by The Vanderpump Dog Foundation in 2016. Celebrated on the third Saturday of May); World Nordic Walking Day (is a day of unified commemoration of the Nordic Walking Family around the world. It is for everyone, of all ages and abilities); International Day of Families
Thursday 20 May - World Embroidery Day or International Vyshyvanka Day (Celebrated on the third Thursday of May. Festival of culture of the East Slavic traditional embroidered shirt. Usually, an embroidered shirt was made from a homemade cloth, which was woven on a loom); World Bee Day (On this day Anton Janša, the pioneer of beekeeping, was born in 1734); World Metrology Day
Friday 21 May - International Virtual Assistants Day (the third Friday in May); World Endangered Species Day (This environmental date is celebrated on the third Friday of May); 21st May – International Chardonnay Day (Celebrated on the Thursday before Memorial Day (U.S.) each year thanks to the creator Rick Bakas); World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development
Saturday 22 May - World Goth Day (The Official World Goth Day site defines it as "a day where the goth scene gets to celebrate its own being, and an opportunity to make its presence known to the rest of the world."); International Day for Biological Diversity
Sunday 23 May - World Turtle Day (sponsored yearly since 2000 by American Tortoise Rescue, is to bring attention to, and increase knowledge of and respect for, turtles and tortoises, and encourage human action to help them survive and thrive); International Day to End Obstetric Fistula
Saturday 29 May - World Digestive Health Day (On the 29th of May 1958, the last day of the First World Congress of Gastroenterology which took place in Washington, an assembly of distinguished gastroenterologists announced the foundation of the World Gastroenterology Organisation was born.); International Day of UN Peacekeepers

June 2021

Tuesday 1 June - World Milk Day (is a day established by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations to recognise the importance of milk as a global food. It has been observed on June 1 each year since 2001); International Neighbours' Day; International Doubt Day; World Responsible Tourism Day (2012); Global Day of Parents
Wednesday 2 June - International Sex Workers Day (In 1975, on 2nd June, about 100 sex workers occupied Saint-Nizier Church in Lyon, France, to express their anger about their criminalised and exploitative living conditions. On 10th June at 5 o'clock the Church was brutally raided and cleared by police forces. This action sparked a national movement, and the day is now celebrated in Europe and around the world)
Thursday 3 June - World Clubfoot Day (an initiative of the Ponseti International Association to commemorate the birthday of Ignacio Ponseti (1914-2009), the pioneer of the Ponseti technique for clubfoot); European Bicycle Day; World Cyclists Day and World Bicycle Day
Sunday 6 June - International Cancer Survivors Day (Date for 2021); World Day of Verneuil's disease (or World Day for Hidradenitis Suppurativa)
Tuesday 8 June - World Brain Tumor Day (day is observed on 8th of June every year since 2000. This day first observed by German Brain Tumour Association (Deutsche Hirntumorhilfe e.V.). This is a non-profit organisation which raises public awareness and educates people about brain tumour); International Housewife's Day; World Heart Rhythm Week; World Oceans Day
Wednesday 9 June - Coral Triangle Day (The CTD was first held on June 10, 2012, as a regional interpretation of World Oceans Day. During the 8th Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs, Fisheries and Food Security (a multilateral partnership to safeguard the Coral Triangle's marine and coastal biological resources) Senior Official Meeting, member countries declared to designate the Coral Triangle Day to be held annually. The region covers the exclusive economic zones of six countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, and Timor-Leste); International Accreditation Day; World Pet Memorial Day; International Archives Day (International Council on Archives)
Thursday 10 June - World Art Nouveau Day (The first World Art Nouveau Day 2013 was organized by the Hungarian Museum of Decorative Arts, Budapest - IMM, in cooperation with the Szecessziós Magazine); World Ice Cream Day
Saturday 12 June - Global Economics Day (Date in 2018. Celebrated at the International Business Festival (June 12 - 28, 2018), which takes place in Liverpool, UK every two years. The 2018 Festival celebrated and supported business, through unmissable conferences, seminars and bespoke business brokerage meetings at Exhibition Centre Liverpool for three weeks, bringing a world of business to anticipated crowds of thousands of delegates.The Festival hosted more than 100 individual events organized to promote economic stability and opportunities in a changing world and demonstrate the potential of the international market.); International Falafel Day; World Day Against Child Labour
Wednesday 16 June - International Day of the African Child (Organisation of African Unity); World Sea Turtle Day (WWF is the world’s leading independent conservation organisation); International Day of Family Remittances
Friday 18 June - International Picnic Day; International Panic Day (Don't worry. Don't fret. and, above all, don't panic)
Saturday 19 June - World Sickle Cell Day (International); World Sauntering Day (The holiday was created in 1979 by W.T. Rabe in response to the growing popularity of jogging. It is believed to have begun at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island in Michigan, USA. The Grand Hotel has the world's longest porch at 660 feet. The idea behind the day was to encourage people to slow down and appreciate the world around them); World Children's Football Day (UN); International Surfing Day (was established in 2005 by Surfing Magazine and The Surfrider Foundation); International Drink Chenin Blanc Day (Happens annually on the 3rd Saturday of June); International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict
Monday 21 June - World Humanist Day (from the late 1980s to the early 1990s, the American Humanist Association and International Humanist and Ethical Union passed resolutions declaring World Humanist Day to be on the northern summer solstice); World Hydrography Day (The International Hydrographic Bureau was established in 1921 for the purpose of providing a mechanism for consultation between governments on such matters as technical standards, safe navigation and the protection of the marine environment. In 1970 the name was changed to the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO). The IHO is actively engaged in developing standards and interoperability, particularly in relation to the challenges brought about by digital technologies. In 2005 the IHO adopted the concept of a World Hydrography Day, which was "welcomed" by the United Nations General Assembly in Resolution A/RES/60/30 Oceans and the law of the sea. The date chosen for World Hydrography Day is the anniversary of the founding of the International Hydrographic Organization); International Slowness Day (Clémence Boucher, a Montreal community worker, got together with some friends in 2001 and picked June 21 — the longest day of the year — to kick off her movement.); World Giraffe Day (is an exciting annual event initiated by GCF to celebrate the longest-necked animal on the longest day or night); World Handshake Day; Make Music Day (Launched in 1982 in France as the Fête de la Musique, it is now held on the same day in more than 1,000 cities in 120 countries); International Day of Yoga
Wednesday 23 June - International Women in Engineering Day (National Women in Engineering Day was launched for the first time in the UK on 23 June 2014 by the Women’s Engineering Society (WES) to celebrate its 95th anniversary. Since that launch in 2014 the day has grown enormously over the subsequent years to the point where it received UNESCO patronage in 2016. In 2017, National Women in Engineering Day became international for the first time due to the interest and enthusiasm developed by the international audience and participants in the previous years); International Widows’ Day
Friday 25 June - World Vitiligo Day; International Rosé Day (Celebrated on the 4th Friday of June)
Sunday 27 June - World Microbiome Day (was launched by the APC Microbiome Ireland. Microbiomes are communities of bacteria, fungi and virus that are found everywhere, from inside our bodies to soil and water)
Wednesday 30 June - International Scoliosis Awareness Day (SAUK launched #ISAD in 2013 to unite people across the world to create positive public awareness of scoliosis, promote education, and bring together those affected by the condition); International Day of Parliamentarism (A/RES/72/278); International Asteroid Day

July 2021

Thursday 1 July - International Tartan Day (Tartan Day is a celebration of Scottish heritage on 6 April, the date on which the Declaration of Arbroath was signed in 1320. It originated in Canada in the mid-1980s. It spread to other communities of the Scottish diaspora in the 1990s. In Australia the similar International Tartan Day is held on 1 July, the anniversary of the repeal of the 1747 Act of Proscription that banned the wearing of tartan. Tartan Days typically have parades of pipe bands, Highland dancing and other Scottish-themed events); International Joke Day (Take the opportunity to get the jokes started today); International Chicken Wings Day; World Day of the White Band Against Poverty (as a reminder of the Millennium Goals signed in 2010)
Friday 9 July - International Gun Destruction Day (or Small Arms Destruction Day established by the United Nations in 2001)
Saturday 17 July - World Day for International Justice (International, also referred to as Day of International Criminal Justice or International Justice Day); World Emoji Day (International is an unofficial holiday. Celebrated annually since 2014, NBC reported that the day was Twitter's top trending item on July 17 in 2015); International Firgun Day (In 2014, Made in JLM, an Israeli non-profit community group, set out to create "International Firgun Day", a holiday celebrated yearly on July 17, where people share compliments or express genuine pride in the accomplishment of others on social media)
Friday 23 July - World Whale and Dolphin Day (International Whaling Commission — IWC)
Monday 26 July - One Voice Day (is a global initiative to unite all countries of the world in the reading of the Universal Peace Covenant at exactly 6 p.m)
Saturday 31 July - World Ranger Day (International Ranger Federation)

August 2021

Friday 6 August - International Beer Day (is a celebration on the first Friday of every August founded in 2007 in Santa Cruz, California by Jesse Avshalomov)
Tuesday 10 August - International Biodiesel Day (The day also honours the research experiments by Sir Rudolf Diesel who ran an engine with peanut oil in the year of 1893); World Lion Day
Thursday 12 August - World Elephant Day (Conceived in 2011 by Canadian filmmakers Patricia Sims and Michael Clark of Canazwest Pictures, and Sivaporn Dardarananda, Secretary-General of the Elephant Reintroduction Foundation in Thailand, it was officially founded, supported and launched by Patricia Sims and the Elephant Reintroduction Foundation on August 12, 2012); International Youth Day
Monday 16 August - World Kite Day; International Pinot Noir Day (Pinot noir is such an expressive wine)
Sunday 22 August - World Brain Day (was launched by the World Federation of Neurology on 22 July 2014 and is dedicated to a different neurological disease or topic every year); International Day of Remembrance for Victims of Violence Due to Religion or Belief (International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief - established since May 28, 2019 - UN A/RES/73/296)
Thursday 26 August - World Dog Day (supported by the International Fund for the Protection of Animals)
Friday 27 August - Global Forgiveness Day or World Forgiveness Day; World Day for the End of Speciesism (The concept appeared in 1970 in the work of British psychologist Richard D. Ryder, Speciesism)
Sunday 29 August - Go Topless Day (celebrated in the nearest to Sunday 26 August); International Day against Nuclear Tests

September 2021

Thursday 2 September - International Cabernet Day (Celebrated on the Thursday before the US Labour Day); End of World War II
Monday 13 September - International Crane Day (Celebrated on the 2nd Sunday in September); International Chocolate Day
Saturday 18 September - World Water Monitoring Day; International Read an eBook Day (The first major celebration of International read an eBook day was in 2014, and was put together by a major eBook distributor OverDrive); World Bamboo Day; International Day of Equal Pay (established by the UN General Assembly on November 15, 2019. Several countries, including Georgia and Ukraine, sponsored the resolution); International Grenache Day (Celebrated on the 3rd Friday in September)
Sunday 19 September - World Marrow Donor Day (is celebrated globally on the third Saturday of September); World Cleanup Day (the third Saturday of September); International Eat An Apple Day (Third Saturday of Septembe); International Talk Like a Pirate Day
Wednesday 22 September - World Protection Elephant Day; World CML Day (Since 2008, patient organizations around the world have initiated events and projects on "CML Awareness Day" on September 22 to raise awareness of the needs of patients living with Chronic Myeloid Leukemia); World Rhino Day; World Car Free Day
Thursday 23 September - Day of struggle against incompletion of children of high school; International Day against Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking of Women and Children (is celebrated every 23 September. It was jointly established by the World Conference of the Coalition against Trafficking in Persons and the Women’s Conference that took place in January 1999 in Dhaka, Bangladesh); International Day of Sign Languages (adopted by the UN on November 14, 2017)
Friday 24 September - World Retina Week; World Day Against Software Patents (Brussels, 2nd September 2008 — A global coalition of more than 80 software companies, associations and developers has declared the 24th of September to be the “World Day Against Software Patents”)
Saturday 25 September - World Dream Day; World Pharmacist Day; European Mushroom Day (Celebrated on the fourth Saturday of September)
Tuesday 28 September - International Safe Abortion Day (The day was first celebrated as a day of action for decriminalization of abortion in Latin America and the Caribbean in 1990 by the Campaña 28 Septiembre); International Right to Know Day; International Day for Universal Access to Information (Universal access to information means that everyone has the right to seek, receive and impart information. This right is an integral part of the right to freedom of expression); World Rabies Day

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