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International Days

Holidays-International

While each country has its own national holidays, we have here a list of interesting international anniversaries established by worldwide organisations such as UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization), WHO (World Health Organization), UN (United Nations General Assembly) and more.

  • World Braille Day (January 4)
  • Street Children’s Day (January 31)
  • World Radio Day (February 13)
  • International Mother Language Day (February 21)
  • World Wildlife Day (March 3)
  • Poetry Day (March 21)
  • Theatre Day (March 27)
  • April Fools’ Day (April 1)
  • Health Day (April 7)
  • International Dance Day (April 29)
  • International jazz Day (April 30)
  • International Midwives Day (May 5)
  • Museum Day (May 18)
  • Geek Pride Day & Towel Day (May 25)
  • Global Wind Day (June 15)
  • International day of Yoga (June 21)
  • World Population Day (July 11)
  • International Day of Friendship (July 30)
  • International Beer Day (the first Friday in August)
  • World Cat Day (August 8)
  • International Coffee Day (September 29)
  • International Translation Day (September 30)
  • Global Handwashing Day (October 15)
  • International Migratory Day (the second Saturday in October)
  • World Vegan Day (November 1)
  • World Hello Day (November 21)
  • International Mountain Day (December 11)

Usually, everything that's considered a national holiday constitutes a break day from studies, but it might also depend on your universities calendar as well. Some national holidays may also take place during your exam period or your semester break.

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