Международные праздники holidays
Международные праздники, т.е. праздники, которые отмечают в нескольких странах, в том числе и в России, представлены на данной странице.
The first world day of contraception noted in 2007. The festival, created on the initiative of several organizations that conduct research on reproductive health of women and men, decided to celebrate on September 26.
September 26 marked the European Day of Languages. The purpose of this celebration - the unification of all European nations.
International deaf day is celebrated on the last Sunday of September.
International day of older persons international day for the elderly) (in the other official UN languages: eng. International Day of Older Persons, use Día Internacional de las Personas de Edad, FR. Journée internationale pour les personnes âgées ) — is celebrated on 1 October since 1991.
International smile day is celebrated on 1 October.
International music day is celebrated on October 1.
From October 1 begins the Vegetarian Awareness Month which lasts until 1 November.
World animal day is celebrated on 4 October.
The world day of protection of the habitats of the mark 6 October.
World mental health day is celebrated on October 10.
For several years now in the world is developing a new tradition – the celebration of the 15th of October – world rural women's day.
International day of the white cane day the blind and disabled) note 15 October.
International commemorative date – 16 October – world food day.
October 17, globally recognized Day for the eradication of poverty.
This holiday was established by the UN General Assembly in 1972 and is celebrated on 24 October.
International UN day is celebrated on 24 October.
This holiday is one of the most "young" solemn events in a calendar. It was founded in 2002.
It is difficult to call joyful and festive that day which is devoted to fight against a disease, so widespread in the modern world. Annually the stroke takes away lives from many people, irrespective of age and a floor.
Now it is difficult to find the person who at least once wouldn't hear about this holiday. Thanks to efforts of transatlantic "kinodel" and general globalization Halloween is celebrated by the most part of the population of our planet (the USA, Europe, the English-speaking countries, Japan, South Korea, New Zealand, the CIS countries, etc.). In the modern world this holiday is perceived as entertainment, a masquerade, but not a serious religious event rather.