“There are many things which can be done to counter
discrimination and encourage acceptance; speaking up when
something is wrong; raising awareness; supporting people who
have been discriminated against; and promoting the benefits of
Many people bring up the problem, but few provide answers. This is an answer that starts with us as individuals. Thank you for sharing it.
~~Today (1st March) is Zero Discrimination Day~~
Zero Discrimination Day is the opportunity to celebrate everyone’s
right to live a full and productive life with dignity – no matter what
they look like, where they come from or whom they love.
By joining hearts and voices, individuals, communities and
societies can transform the world every day and everywhere.
Zero Discrimination Day is a moment to highlight how everyone can
become informed and promote tolerance, compassion and peace.
Support an end to HIV-related stigma and discrimination!
~~WHAT DISCRIMINATION LOOKS LIKE IN 2014~~
Discrimination is a violation of human rights. It is illegal, immoral,
hurtful and dehumanizing. Too many people around the world
face unequal treatment because of their race, religion, nationality,
sexual orientation or identity, disability, gender or age.
Discrimination can happen anywhere: at work, at school, at home
and in the community. Discrimination doesn’t just hurt individuals
or groups of people…
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