We’re all familiar with Christmas, but many of us are less familiar with the traditions of Hanukkah, which also falls in December. What does it represent?
Category: National Days
Online shopping has transformed the way we shop at all times of the year, but it’s perhaps no more apparent than during Christmas shopping.
Coming to you every 1st December World AIDS Day aims to raise awareness of this disease and improve the lives of those with it.
Falling on the 21st November every year, World Television Day celebrates the advent and importance of how television is central to global communication.
The United Nations has many remits, one of which is the health of global citizens. One of their public health days is the annual World Diabetes Day.
Modern life brings a host of daily obstacles that can instigate stress, National Stress Awareness Day aims to raise the profile of its effects.
Halloween has it’s controversies among different groups for different reasons, but it’s origins are historic and surprising.
The 22nd October marks International Stammering Awareness Day and it aims to improve the understanding of how stammer can hinder someone and offer support.
October 12th 2017 is World Arthritis Day and its purpose is to raise awareness of the condition, one very important is early diagnosis and treatment.