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    INTERNATIONAL DAY OF WOMEN JUDGES; 10th March.

    INTERNATIONAL DAY OF WOMEN JUDGES; 10th March.Today is observed as International day of women judges. It is a UN declared day celebrated every 10th of March in all UN member nations.The day’s camping”Women in justice, women for justice”. It is aimed at promoting and bringing together judges from all levels of judiciary worldwide with the objective of creating a powerful network of influencial leaders committed to equal justice.The day recognizes the achievement of women in the judiciary.JTSLTA and MDSCF join the womens’ group around the world especially the NGOs working with women organisations to commemorate the day.Happy INTERNATIONAL DAY OF WOMEN JUDGES from JTSLTA/MDSCF

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    INTERNATIONAL WOMEN ‘S DAY; 8th March.

    INTERNATIONAL WOMEN ‘S DAY; 8th March.Every year on this day, the 8th day in March is observed as international women’s day. It is global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women. The day is to honour the movement for women’s rights and build support to achieving universal surfrage for women.The day originated from womens’ movement in the 20th century. This year’s theme 2024 “Invest in women, accelerate progress”. The campaign theme for the year “Inspire inclusion” when we inspire others to understand and value women’ s inclusion.Stakeholders and women’s organizations working with women organize event to raise awareness on the importance of the day.The colour for…

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    WORLD WILD LIFE DAY: 3rd March.

    WORLD WILD LIFE DAY: 3rd March. 3rd of March every year is observed as world wildlife day, a day declared by UN to focus on all wild animals and plants species as a component of the diversity and livelihood of people, mainly those who live close to nature.It’s observance started on the 20th December, 2013 at a UNGA session in its 68th resolution often termed 68/205. This resolution proclaim 3rd of March every year. The aim of the day is to raise awareness of the world’s wild fauna and flora and this gives opportunity to celebrate many varieties of the wildlife, recovery of key species of ecosystem restoration.NGOs and other…

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    ZERO DISCRIMINATION DAY; 1ST MARCH.

    ZERO DISCRIMINATION DAY; 1ST MARCH.Every 1st March is observe as Zero discrimination. The day is aim to promote equality before the law and in practice through all of the member countries of the UN.On this day people are call to make some noise around zero discrimination, to speak up prevent discrimination from standing in the way of achieving ambitions, goals and dreams.NGOSs and INGOs around the world engage themselves to promote the day through various activities and programs to create awareness on the day and it’s impact.JTSLTA join the world over to commemorate the day.Happy ZERO DISCRIMINATION DAY from JTSLTA

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    INTERNATIONAL MOTHER LANGUAGE DAY, 21st February.

    INTERNATIONAL MOTHER LANGUAGE DAY, 21st February.International mother language day is an annual observed day in all UN member nations on this day.The day is aimed at promoting awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and multilingualism.Languages are the most powerful instruments of preserving and developing our intangible heritage. All moves to promote the dissemination of mother tongues will serve not only to encourage linguistic diversity and multilingual education but also to develop fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world and to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue.Try to learn and speak your language and teach your children.Government agencies and Non -Governmental Organizations will organize activities to…

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    INTERNATIONAL DAY OF EDUCATION; 24th January.

    INTERNATIONAL DAY OF EDUCATION; 24th January. Education is important and vital ingredient of life, it touches the entire life of human. It’s importannce can not be overemphasizedOn this note, theUnited Nations declared every 24th of January as a day for Education. It is usually observed by all the UN member Nations.The day seeks to raise awareness on education, with it’s meaning, importance and challenges being faced, this is a call for stakeholders involvement to curtail the challenges.Themes are drawn each year to commemorate the observance.Stakeholders including INGOs, NGOs, Civil Society Organizations, government parastals on this day advocate investment in the support of education with the aim of tackling some of…

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    INTERNATIONAL THANK YOU DAY, 11th January

    INTERNATIONAL THANK YOU DAY, 11th January.International Thank You Day is observed on every 11th day in January.The day was set aside for you to show appreciation to the people who have made your life better. Everyone has atleast one person to thank for something. Who has made your life better? Whom can you thank today? Feeling like you owe someone can lead you to avoid your benefactor, gratitude can motivate you to look for the person who helped you, and then improve your relationship with him or her.Activities for the day may include creating fun and observance of celebration. Thank you card, dedication of half an hour to design and…

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    WORLD LITERARY DAY; 8th January.

    WORLD LITERARY DAY; 8th January.Today is observed as world literary day. A day aimed at highlighting the importance of literacy to individuals, communities and societies.The day raises awareness on the problem of illiteracy: NGOs, the writers’ engagement, various companies and charity organizations that support the fight against illliteracy.Themes are usually coined out to support the awareness by the stakeholder and organizations around the world who work on literacy and it’s related issues.Jumali as training academy and as an NGO join the world over to commemorate the day.Happy WORLD LITERARY DAY from JTSLTA.

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    INTERNATIONAL HUMAN SOLIDARITY DAY; 20th December.

    INTERNATIONAL HUMAN SOLIDARITY DAY; 20th December.Solidarity simply means a bond of unity between individuals united around a common goal. Solidarity could also mean willingness to give psychological and or material support when another person is in a difficult position or needs affection.The 20th of December is designated as International Human Solidarity Day.The day is aimed at reminding people on the importance of solidarity in working towards eradicating poverty. Government too are reminded of their commitments to international agreements on the need for human solidarity as an initiative to fight against poverty,Awareness program are carried out by stakeholders including NGOs, CSOs through all forms of media ie. prints, audio- visual and…