November 1 – World Vegan Day
This day is observed every year on November 1 and has been celebrated since 1994. The theme Veganism is spread on this day which is a great alternative option to eating meat. Vegan day is aimed to banish world hunger and protect world hunger protect water reserves, fertile lands, and cuts out greenhouse gas emissions.
November 5 – World Interact Day
On this day, Interactors and Rotarians worldwide commemorate the charter of the first Interact club in 1962. Various programs are organized to celebrate this day and the program gives the opportunity to teens to participate in meaningful service projects while developing leadership skills.
November 6 – International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict
The UN General Assembly declared 6 November of each year as the International Day for Preventing the Exploitation of the Environment in War and Armed Conflict by 2001. The main agenda of this day is to educate people about the damaging effects of war and armed conflict on the environment.
November 8 – World Radiographer Day
This Day is celebrated on 8 November each year, and commemorates the anniversary of the discovery of x-radiation by Roentgen in 1895. Radiography gives the vital contribution to modern healthcare and as a chance to increase public awareness of diagnostic imaging and radiation therapy.
November 9 – World Freedom Day
This day is declared by the President George Bush by 2001 comes under the United States federal observance. The day commemorates the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of communist rule in Central and Eastern Europe. On every 9th November, the world celebrates the victory over communalism.
November 14 – World Diabetes Day
WDD is observed every year on 14 November that involves millions of people to spread the awareness about diabetes. World Diabetes Day was created in 1991 by the International Diabetes Federation in response to growing concern about the health hazards that diabetes now pretenses.
November 16– International Day for Tolerance
The day is declared by the UN General Assembly in 1993 at the initiative of UNESCO. This day is observed on 16 November every year, and celebrated with activities which directed towards both educational establishments and the wider public. The day is aimed to educate people about the need for tolerance in society and to help them understand the negative effects of intolerance.
November 17 – International Students Day
International Student day was first marked in 1941 in London by the International Students Council. 17th November commemorates the anniversary of 1939 Nazi storming of the University of Prague after demonstrations against the killing of Jan Opletal and the occupation of Czechoslovakia. The day spread the student activism across the world.
November 19– World Toilet Day
In 2001, World Toilet Organization declared 19th November as World Toilet Day and it is celebrated across 19 countries with over 51 events that are being hosted by various water and sanitation advocates. The day is aimed to prosper global awareness of the struggle 2.6 billion face every day without access to proper, clean sanitation.
November 19- International Men’s Day
This day is observed on every 19 November that aimed to focus on men body and health which includes promoting gender equality, improving gender relations and highlighting positive male role models. The day shows the importance of man and their contributions to community, family, marriage and child care while highlighting the discrimination against them.
November 20 –Universal Children’s Day
The Day was created on 1954 and celebrated on November 20 each year. The day is aimed to promote international togetherness and awareness among children worldwide. This particular day is celebrated worldwide by UNICEF, the United Nations Children’s Fund that promotes children welfare.
November 20 – Africa Industrialization Day
This day is celebrated on November 20 every year. The day gains the importance when governments and other organizations in many African countries examine ways to stimulate Africa’s industrialization process. The day is treated as an occasion to draw worldwide media attention and awareness to the problems and challenges of industrialization in Africa.
November 21– World Fisheries Day
The day is celebrated on 21 November every year by the fisherfolk communities. This day is celebrated with full enthusiasm through rallies, workshops, public meetings, cultural programs, dramas; music shows that have the main prospective to highlight the importance of maintaining world’s fisheries.
November 21 – World Hello Day
This day is observed on 21 November every year and the purpose of the day is to promote peace all over the world, and bridge barriers between every nationality. The day was declared in 1973 in response to the variance between Israel and Egypt and since then over 180 countries have taken part in the event.
November 22 – World Television Day
The day is observed on every 22 November in many places around the world. The day shows that television plays a vital role in presenting different issue that affect people.
November 25 – International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women
The purpose of the day is to spread awareness of violation against woman in the society. This is an United Nations’ (UN) International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
November 25 – International Meatless
The day was declared in 1986, on which Sadhu Vaswani’s Birthday celebrated. The campaign includes millions of individuals participated in pledges to the Sadhu Vaswani Mission to go meatless on this day.
November 29 – International Day of Solidarity with Palestinian People
International Day of Solidarity is celebrated on 29 November with the Palestinian People. The day is also known as Solidarity Day. Various special meetings may be held to observe Solidarity Day in some UN offices, councils, government bodies and organizations which have a special interest in the issues encompassing the event.
3rd Sunday of November – World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims
This important day is observed on 3rd Sunday of November each year. This day is remembered to honor those people who died or injured from road crashes and the plight of their loved ones who must cope with the effects of their deaths or injuries.