Did you know that December Global Holidays supports independent artists by printing their designs on high quality products in socially responsible and ethical ways? Every purchase supports the artist and their work. Read on to find out more about the holiday season’s many holidays. And don’t forget the Human Rights Day! Boxing Day, Hanukkah, New Year’s Eve, and more are just a few of the important days to mark this month!
Boxing Day is a popular day for shopping and visiting friends and family in the United Kingdom and Commonwealth countries. Its history dates back to the Middle Ages, when it was a common practice to open up alms boxes and distribute them on this day. However, in recent years, it has become more associated with shopping and sporting events. This article aims to give you an overview of some of the major global holidays in December and why they are important.
The December global holidays are celebrated in many countries around the world. In the United States, the holiday is celebrated on December 26. Boxing Day is one of the most well-known of them. In other parts of the world, Boxing Day is celebrated on the last Friday of December. In Canada, people are expected to give each other gifts on this day. Moreover, Boxing Day is a day of giving and celebration.
Hanukkah is the Jewish Festival of Lights. It is the eighth day of the holiday, and the festival is celebrated in many countries around the world. Many people enjoy eating the traditional foods of Hanukkah, such as latkes, jelly doughnuts, and donuts filled with jam. Families also exchange gifts and enjoy traditional games and dances. The
It is the month with the most holidays worldwide, making it the busiest shopping month. It is also the beginning of the Christmas shopping season, which is a popular time of year for many people. Listed below are the holidays that take place in each country during December:
New Year’s Eve
As the last day of the year approaches, people around the world celebrate New Year’s Eve. It is a time to say goodbye to the year and welcome the new one with festivities and resolutions. This event has become a global holiday, with celebrations in dozens of countries. Here are some of the most common celebrations around the world. Depending on the country, you can also participate in the festivities of these two holidays.
The first and biggest celebration takes place on New Year’s Eve, or NYE. The day is often marked with dancing, eating, and fireworks, as it marks the end of the previous year and the beginning of the new year on the Gregorian calendar. Depending on the country, New Year’s Eve festivities often extend into the morning hours and into the next. Countdowns and parties are common activities to celebrate New Year’s Eve.
Human Rights Day
Human Rights Day is celebrated every year on December 10th. The United Nations has played an important role in achieving human rights for all, and its Universal Declaration of Human Rights lays out guidelines for these rights for everyone in the world. This event honors the UN’s role in making this goal a reality.
International Human Rights Day is a day to remember human rights charities, attend human rights events, and support global efforts for human rights. Today, everyone has the right to freedom of thought, holiday, and leisure.
World AIDS Day
Each year, on December 1, the world commemorates World AIDS Day. Dedicated to spreading awareness and fighting the AIDS pandemic, World AIDS Day brings together people from all over the world to raise funds and awareness, fight prejudice, and improve HIV education. In the past, conservative heteronormative leaders believed that HIV was only a disease affecting men who sex with other males or used intravenous drugs. In addition, the heteronormative public believed they were not at risk of contracting the virus. Nonetheless, the day has been successful in mobilizing medical communities around the world and increasing funding for research, education, and lifesaving resources for the suffering and dying.
Since 2012, the World AIDS Day theme has been “zero new HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths.” This year’s theme calls for more money to combat the disease, promoting increased awareness and ending discrimination and stigma. It also encourages companies and brands to support AIDS charities and raise awareness about the virus. However, the focus on men has largely overshadowed the plight of women living with HIV.