Today I want to talk about Zero Discrimination Day; it’s an UNAIDS Initiative that celebrates the right of everyone to live a full and productive live and live it with dignity.
Gender Bias towards women and girls is very common. If we do not resist there will be no change. Recently I read a report that in current Pandemic times girls do not get access to digital education as compared to boys.
I have dream image current place of I have Dream place zero discrimination mailer enclosed. Well, I believe gender bias should not take away the right to education. All Children have a right to education. But sadly, it breaks my heart to see how unprivileged girls are made to sacrifice for the boys in the family. Now here’s how we can make a difference.
I request you all to pls. sponsor in cash or kind digital accessibility to an unprivileged girl in your neighborhood. She can be daughter of your house maid, or daughter of housekeeping staff of your condominium or simply a needy one in slums nearby you.
Pls. join my initiative #girlshaverighttodigitaleduaction and make a difference.
Let’s put an end to inequality and discrimination against women and girls around us.
You may choose to sponsor education or educational aids to Kids of Udaan India Foundation or your neighborhood underprivileged Kids.
ABOUT ZERO DISCRIMINATION DAY
Zero Discrimination Day was launched by UNAIDS director Michel Sidibé on World Aids Day in December 2013 and first celebrated on 1 March 2014.
Just three years later, UNAIDS called on people to “make some noise around zero discrimination, to speak up and prevent discrimination from standing in the way of achieving ambitions, goals and dreams.”
The United Nations has promoted the day with campaigns and various activities to celebrate one’s right to live life with dignity and honor regardless of their age, sex, religion, caste, color, nationality, height, weight and profession. The symbol for Zero Discrimination Day is a butterfly. It is widely used by people on social media to share their stories photos to end discrimination.