United Nations observances

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United Nations observances are days proclaimed by the United Nations to bring attention to various segments of the community and problems in society. The misandric bias demonstrated by the United Nations is reflected in these observances.

Days for Men and Boys


Days for Women and Girls

Date Observance Notes
6 February International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation[1]
11 February International Day of Women and Girls in Science[2]
8 March International Women's Day[3][4]
10 March International Day of Women Judges[5]
27 April (2023) International Girls in ICT Day[6] Observed on the fourth Thursday in April each year.
23 May International Day to End Obstetric Fistula[7]
23 June International Widows Day[8]
24 June International Day of Women in Diplomacy[9][10]
18 September International Equal Pay Day[11]
11 October International Day of the Girl Child[12]
15 October International Day of Rural Women[13]
29 October International Day of Care and Support[14] While this day is not exclusively for women comments made by organs of the United Nations make it clear it is intended to be focused on women.
25 November International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women[15] White Ribbon Australia erroneously calls this International Day for the Elimination of Men’s Violence against Women.[16] On 19 March 2022 White Ribbon Australia was informed in writing of this erroneous statement by a representative of Wiki4Men.

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