June 20 – World Refugee Day | May 21, 2017

Despite the considerable improvement of the humanitarian situation by many states, the problem of refugees remains one of the most burning both on religious and global scales.

May 21 – The World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development | March 23, 2017

This Day celebrated by the UN shows that the co-operation of representatives of different cultures and people for the sake of peaceful development is the thing of the future.

March 21 – the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination | February 22, 2017

This year, the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination is devoted to using of the potential of sport as means for promotion of overcoming of race discrimination.

February 20 – World Day of Social Justice | January 30, 2017

Many modern displays of xenophobia, racism and intolerance are based on social and economic reasons evoking people to find persons responsible for problems among those who are different by their colour of skin, language, religion or culture.

January 27 is the International Holocaust Remembrance Day | November 22, 2016

Holocaust is one of the most terrible crimes against humanity equally with Armenian Genocide in Ottoman Empire.

November 16 – The International Day for Tolerance | October 29, 2016

The main quality that should be developed by the current and future populations in order to ensure the realization of these conditions is the tolerance to otherness, to other traditions, beliefs and ideas expanding our cultural horizon.

October 24 – the United Nations Day | September 22, 2016

In 1971, the UN General Assembly adopted the resolution, in which it recommended the member states to celebrate this day as the public holiday.

September 21 – International Day of Peace | September 20, 2016

This day the UN offered all the participants and the parties of both internal and external armed conflicts to stop combat operations.

September 15 – International Day of Democracy | July 25, 2016

Democracy as a political system, based on free and equal participation of all legally capable citizens in government of a state, on the realization of political will of the majority with steady observance of the rights of minorities, on the rule of law and the observance of human rights, is one of the most important achievements of the civilization

July 18 – Nelson Mandela International Day | June 21, 2016

The former South African President, who put an end to the disgraceful policy of apartheid, is one of the most famous fighters for peace, freedom and humanism, for human rights and dignity outside the context of ideology, politics or logic of geopolitical confrontation.