International Day of Sign Languages Current Affairs, GK & News

September 23: International Day of Sign Languages

The International Day of Sign Languages was observed on September 23, 2021 to raise awareness regarding the importance of sign language. Key facts The day is observed every year by the UN General Assembly. It is observed with the objective of raising awareness on the importance of sign language in full realisation of human rights ..

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September 23: International Day of Sign Languages

Every year, September 23 is marked as the International Day of Sign Languages by the United Nations. The day is being celebrated since 2018. This year, the International Day of Sign Languages is being celebrated under the following theme Theme: Sign Languages are for Everyone Why September 23? September 23 has been chosen to celebrate ..

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September 23: International Day of Sign Languages observed

The International Day of Sign Languages is observed all across the world on 23 September every year as part of the International Week of the Deaf, which takes place from 24-30 September every year. About International Day of Sign Languages The United Nation General Assembly (UNGA) has proclaimed 23 September as International Day of Sign ..

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2019 edition of International Day of Sign Languages

The International Day of Sign Languages is observed every year on 23rd of September to raise awareness of the importance of sign language in the full realization of the human rights of people who are deaf. The theme for year 2019 is ‘Sign Language Rights for All’.

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The first-ever International Day of Sign Languages (IDSL-2018)

The International Day of Sign Languages (IDSL) is observed every year on September 23 along with International Week of the Deaf. It highlights the importance of sign language in the full realization of the human rights of people who are deaf. It is the first ever IDSL, which was officially adopted at the 72nd United ..

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