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October 2023
International Music Day

International Music Day

Held annually by the International Music Council, International Music Day, promotes musical art across society by employing the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) ideals of peace and friendship. Bringing people of diverse backgrounds together, this day instils a mutual appreciation for love of music, acknowledging its powerful and uplifting effect on society. This day particularly resonates with ... ...
01 Oct
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Diwali

Diwali

Diwali, which translates to ‘Festival of Lights’ is one of the major annual Indian festivals and is celebrated over a period of five days by Hindus, Jains and Sikhs across the globe. It is a highly anticipated celebration and is renowned for its beautiful and bright illuminations which bring the community together. To join the festivities, students of all ages ... ...
24 Oct
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November 2023
Culture Day

Culture Day

Each year on 3 November, people in Japan come together to celebrate Culture Day, a day dedicated to Japanese culture. It is a significant national event which promotes love of freedom and peace; key pillars of the Japanese constitution. Importantly, it is also the birthdate of Emperor Meiji, who ruled Japan from 1867-1912. To honour the essence of this day, ... ...
03 Nov
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Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day

Also known as Armistice Day, November 11th commemorates the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month when the guns on the Western Front fell silent, marking the end of the First World War. This was formalised by the signing of the Armistice, an agreement made between the Allied Powers and the Central Powers to end all military ... ...
11 Nov
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World Kindness Day

World Kindness Day

On World Kindness Day, we can all participate in efforts to make kindness the norm. This day encourages kind acts around the world. In a world driven by globalisation, kindness can be hard to come by as the media can often portray stereotypes and perpetuate prejudice. At Cultural Infusion, we believe that to find kindness in our hearts for others, ... ...
13 Nov
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International Day of Islamic Art

International Day of Islamic Art

In 2019, UNESCO proclaimed this day to raise awareness to past and contemporary artistic expressions of Islam and the contribution of culture through Islamic Art to civilisation. It encourages worldwide appreciation for Islamic art in all its forms, such as glass, metalwork, pottery, jewellery and textiles. These representations of Islamic art greatly influenced and formed part of the architectural style ... ...
18 Nov
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December 2023
Nobel Prize Day

Nobel Prize Day

Nobel Prize Day signifies the day where influential people are nominated for their ground-breaking contribution to the world, also known as the Nobel Peace Prize. As the name implies, it promotes peace and solidarity for all citizens of the world. It has recognised the efforts of notable figures such as Malala Yousafzai and Nelson Mandela for their service to humanity. ... ...
10 Dec
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International Migrants Day

International Migrants Day

Migration has existed since the beginning of time. It has allowed for the world to be boundless with pockets of cultures to be found all over the world. International Migrants Day celebrates the unique journey of migrants around the globe and how they have contributed to the intercultural world we live in today. Cultural Infusion has a variety of programs ... ...
18 Dec
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World Arabic Language Day

World Arabic Language Day

The fifth most internationally spoken language in the world, the Semitic language of Arabic has communicated ground-breaking findings in the disciplines of engineering, social sciences, philosophy and mathematics. World Arabic Language Day celebrates the diversity of the Arabic language, as it has evolved into a myriad of dialects each distinct to its particular region. Recognising the influence of Arabian culture, ... ...
18 Dec
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International Human Solidarity Day

International Human Solidarity Day

International Human Solidarity Day advocated by the United Nations brings focus to a global commitment of harmony. Parallel to the fundamentals of Sustainable Development Goals, this day brings awareness to unity in all communities and emphasises the need to holistically address systemically rooted international problems. Diversity Atlas encourages solidarity by fostering diverse, equitable and inclusive (DEI) workspaces through its capacity ... ...
20 Dec
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Christmas Day

Christmas Day

Christmas Day is a national holiday in Australia, celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. In Australia, it is also close to the summer equinox. Arguably the most widely celebrated holiday in Australia, families celebrate by eating festive foods and giving each other gifts, with Santa Claus visiting children world-wide on his reindeer-led sleigh. In the weeks coming up to the ... ...
25 Dec
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New Year’s Eve

Celebrated in the Gregorian calendar, 31 December is a day that symbolises the end of a year. Families come together on New Year’s Eve to watch sparkling fireworks all around the world including, Sydney, Dubai and Paris. Individuals reflect on the year that has passed; lessons learnt and moments cherished. Reflecting on the highs and lows and ultimately establishing what ... ...
31 Dec
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