Zero Discrimination Day aims to remove all forms of discrimination
Zero Discrimination Day is celebrated on March 1 of each year in order to end discrimination based on income, age, health status, profession, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, ethnicity and religion.
For the first time, Zero Discrimination Day was approved by the United Nations on March 1, 2014. This day aims to build global solidarity towards ending all forms of discrimination and is marked especially by organizations like UNAIDS that fight discrimination against people living with HIV / AIDS.
Zero Discrimination Day is celebrated annually by many countries across the globe to promote equality in practice and before law.
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