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International Stand up to Bullying Day

Here is the second International Stand up to Bullying Day of 2022. Use this day to focus on how we can cut back on bullying and bullying-like behaviors in the workplace.

International Men’s Day

It’s fitting to celebrate International Men’s Day the same month as Movember. This date is used to recognize the achievements of men and hold high the men in our lives.

Transgender Day of Remembrance

This is an incredibly somber day commemorating the victims of trans-targeted hate crimes and the ways in which transphobia kills.

Thanksgiving (USA)

While they might be in different months, Thanksgiving in the U.S. and Canada is pretty similar. Mainly, it’s all about the food. Instead of getting everyone to pitch in this year, let them take it easy with catered meals, such as Festive Turkey Feast.

Small Business Saturday

We all know about Black Friday. What is less often observed is Small Business Saturday. We love this shopping “holiday” and really want to see it get off the ground since it champions the little guy rather than the massive corporation. And the good news is that it is easy to celebrate at your workplace. Just order lunch from a small business or set up a team-building activity from a company local to you.

Universal Human Rights Month

While many awareness months focus on a specific group of people, this one focuses on our rights as a whole. It is a good time to think about where we are falling short and to stand up for the rights of all people.

World AIDS Day

We are closing in on a cure for AIDS. This day is meant to raise awareness and fund to make that a reality while also destigmatizing the condition.

International Day of Persons With Disabilities

This date is for bringing awareness to advancing the rights of people with disabilities. From workplace accommodations to furthering the ADA, there is a lot we can focus on with this holiday.

International Human Rights Day

December 10 is the date the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was signed. On this date, we are meant to reflect on how perspectives on human rights have changed and where we are still lacking.

National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day

When it comes to winter holiday celebrations, it’s best to keep them silly and light. Wearing ugly holiday sweaters certainly fits the bill. Do it just for fun or turn it into a competition. No matter your approach, this one is certain to bring plenty of laughs.

Las Posadas

This holiday is mostly celebrated in Mexico and among Mexican-Americans. It recreates the journey of Mary and Joseph as they sought refuge before the birth of Jesus.

International Migrants Day

This holiday marks the date in 1990 when the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Resolution on the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of all Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families.