Every day deserves to be remembered!Every day deserves to be remembered!
Argentina's National Book Day
Argentina celebrates National Book Day on June 15, also known as the "Feast of the Book." The National Council of Women launched the event in 1908 with the bestowing of awards in a writing contest. This event was founded for a variety of purposes, including eradicating poverty, enhancing culture, showing universal homage to books and writers, and simply encouraging all people to appreciate the pleasure of reading.
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
The inaugural World Elder Abuse Awareness Day was held in 2006, and it has been commemorated on June 15th every year since then. The goal of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is to raise awareness of a subject that does not receive the attention it deserves: elder abuse, disregard, and extortion. Financial abuse costs older Americans approximately 2.6 billion dollars each year, according to the Administration for Community Living.
Denmark - Valdemar and Reunion Day
On June 15, Denmark commemorates Valdemar's Day and Reunion Day. This holiday honours two significant events in Danish history that took place on the same day but in separate periods. One is the triumph of Denmark's King Valdemar II in a battle, while the other is the reunification of Denmark with Southern Jutland. Flag Day is another name for this day.
Global Wind Day
Every year on June 15, the world celebrates World Wind Day or Global Wind Day. It is celebrated to raise awareness of wind energy, its power, and the potential it has to alter the world. Wind power is a viable substitute to hydrocarbons since it is plentiful, renewable, extended, pure, and no emissions while operating, and requires minimal land.
Though the Wind Day celebration began in Europe, it is now celebrated by all developing and developed nations because the wind knows no bounds.
This day also attempts to teach our children about wind power that has the capacity to bring energy, the economy, and sustainability into our lives, as well as the capacity to keep the pandemic at bay. Today is World Wind Day.