National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day 2021 is on Saturday, September 18, 2021: need important information about the family social institution of 1993?
Saturday, September 18, 2021 is National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day 2021. National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness (NHAAA) National HIV/AIDS and Aging
In 1993, the General Assembly decided that, beginning in 1994, 15 May of every year shall be observed as the International Day of Families (resolution 47/237 of 20 September). In 1989, by resolution 44/82, the Assembly had proclaimed 1994 the International Year of the Family, to increase awareness of family issues and improve the institutional capability of nations to tackle serious family-related problems with comprehensive policies.
International Day of Families
The International Day of Families is an occasion to celebrate the importance of families to people, societies and cultures around the world. It is celebrated on May 15 in 2008.
A wide range of events are organized at local, national and international levels. These include: workshops, seminars and policy meeting for public officials; exhibitions and organized discussions to raise awareness of the annual theme; educational sessions for children and young people; and the launch of campaigns for public policies to strengthen and support family units. In some countries, tool kits are created to help people organize celebrations aimed at a particular section of the population, such as school children or young adults.
The International Day of Families is not a public holiday in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the United States or many other countries and it is unlikely that public life will be affected.
The year 1994 was proclaimed as the International Year of Families by the United Nations. This was a response to changing social and economic structures, which have affected and still affect the structure and stability of family units in many regions of the globe. The International Day of Families, on May 15, is an occasion to reflect on the work started during 1994 and to celebrate the importance of families, people, societies and cultures around the world. It has been held every year since 1995.
Each year, the International Day of Families focuses on a particular theme. Recently, these have been: HIV/AIDS and Family Well-being (2004); Changing Families: Challenges and Opportunities (2006); Families and Persons with Disabilities (2007). The theme in 2008 is “Fathers and Families: Responsibilities and Challenges”.
The symbol of the International Day of Families consists of a solid green circle with an image in red. The image consists of elements of simple drawings of a heart and a house. This indicates that families are the center of society and provide a stable and supporting home for people of all ages.
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What do you think? (race)?
You are exactly right as a black man i say lets get rid of men's this or women's that or black this white that latino asian we are all one and in 2009 with a popular biracial president we should put all of this nonsense behind us. i say lets try for one to integrate everything no special event pandering to race gender age or sexual orientation of any kind. lets all give it a try i bet well love it and learn to appreciate each other regardless of ar so called differences. we are all one we are all the same and its time we recognize that!
Re: The homosexual agenda. Does anyone have the minutes from the last meeting?
The meeting was called to order on the 5th day of December, on the year 2007 at 7:30 PM. The location of this meeting is published on a need to know basis.
Member names will not be published for privacy reasons except for Senator Larry Craig who has requested that his name and telephone number be published at all the public men's restrooms at all airports within the national boundaries of the United States of America. This request was not seconded so motion not carried.
The minutes from the previous meeting was sent out via e-mail and approved by all voting members with no changes.
Old Business – 1. Legalization of LGBTQ Marriage. Continuation of efforts worldwide to legalize marriage through visibility and education. 2. Homophobia. Discussion around how homophobia should be handled. While some members feel that it should be punishable by death, it is agreed upon that visibility and education is the best policy. Organizations such as GLADD will continue to monitor media coverage of LGBTQ issues. 3. HIV/AIDS. Despite recent setbacks with vaccine development and increased practice of unsafe sexual behavior, efforts continue in the forms of education and public awareness. With World AIDS Day behind us, discussion around how the LGBTQ community need to step-up our efforts in prevention.
New Business – 1. Outreach. Studies have shown that through positive media representation, people have started to come out at a younger age. That violent homophobic behaviors, although generally on the decline, has risen awareness to new levels. 2. Gay Pride Celebrations for year 2008. Plans are underway and schedules of annual pride celebrations have been posted throughout the world. Check local websites for information. 3. Iran’s denial of existence of homosexuals. Discussion around need for increased awareness of violence in the Mid-East as well as other developing countries. Despite the gains that we have in developed countries, ad-hoc community-based organizations will need to be formed. Funding needed.
Hot Topics – 1. Yahoo Answers. Despite some trolls who still lurk around, more active members are found posting answers to serious and some not-so-serious answers.
Next meeting will take place on 12/23/2007 at an undisclosed location. For more information, please see your local LGBTQ Community Service Center for ways you can assist and have fun at the same time!