Zero Discrimination Day

Zero Discrimination Day is annually observed to underscore the critical need to cease all forms of inequalities related to income, sex, age, health, occupation, disability, ethnicity, race etc., across the world. It was launched by the UNAIDS on occasion of World Aids Day in 2013. This day was first observed on March 1, 2014. It is being promoted since then by the UN through various campaigns and activities related to individual right to dignified life.

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