Zero Discrimination Day is an opportunity to highlight how everyone can be a part of the transformation and take a stand towards a more fair and just society.
The symbol for the day is the butterfly, widely used by people to share their stories and photos as a way to end discrimination and work towards positive transformation.
Zero Discrimination Day is an annual day celebrated by the UN and other international organisations. The day aims to promote equality before the law and in practice throughout all of the member countries of the UN.
Worldwide almost 40 million people live with the so-called human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) that causes AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome). The United Nations program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) pursues the goal of individual countries and their use in the fight against AIDS to support and coordinate their activities. On Zero Discrimination Day worldwide actions will take place to raise the awareness. This text has been taken from
The 2017 theme is “Make Some Noise for Zero Discrimination .