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Important days to celebrate each December and January

Important days to celebrate each December and January

In the last and first month of each year, we can celebrate a variety of important days that we must not miss.

Celebrate it on the networks or with your family, a good reason to congratulate many professionals around you.


1.- World Day to Fight AIDS

2.- International Day for the abolition of slavery – International Day of persons with disabilities

10.- Human Rights Day. It is another anniversary since the signing in 1948 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, as the common ideal of all the peoples and nations of the world.

18.- International Migrants Day

28.- Holy Innocents Day.

31.- New Year’s Eve, the last night of the year.


1.- New Year’s Day / World Family Day / World Day of Peace.

16.- World Beatles Day (Beatles Day). Date of the opening of the Cavern Club in 1957, the famous club in Liverpool where the Beatles took their first steps. It is also celebrated on July 6 (the day John Lennon and Paul McCartney met in 1957) and July 10.

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The Saddest Day of the Year (Blue Monday). According to psychologist Cliff Arnall, the third Monday in January is the saddest day of the year. After the Christmas excesses, many families have not recovered, economically or emotionally and the resolutions of the new year seem very complicated, leading to a deep disappointment.

21.- International Hug Day. It began to be held in the United States in 1986, at the initiative of Kevin Zaborney.

24.- International Day of Education.

26.- World Environmental Education Day.

28.- School Day of Nonviolence and Peace (anniversary of the death of Mahatma Gandhi).