Each day has its own history and new opportunity. For the most part, the festivals fall every month and we celebrate with full enthusiasm. So, here, I’ve listed all the important dates of June which helps you to gain your general knowledge and crack the competitive exam.
So, Let’s get started…
Most Important Days and Date in June 2021
1 June: World Milk Day
On 1st June, World Milk Day is celebrated Every year. To Motivate workers of the Dairy Sector, It is celebrated for sustainability, economic development, livelihood, and nutrition.
1 June: Global Day of Parents
Besides Global Milk Day, On June 1, Global Parents’ Day is also celebrated every year. In 2012, The United Nations General Assembly declared the day, honoring every parent for their tireless support, commitment to their children.
2 June: International Sex Workers’ Day
Not Only in European countries but also all over the world, International Sex Workers’ Day is celebrated on June 2. In 1975, on June 2, about 100 sex workers, who took over the church in Saint-Nuezzar, express their outrage about their exploitative lifestyle and work culture. And the next 2 days, On June 4, police raided the church. This terrible action turned into a national movement in France. After the abnormal incident, 2nd June is celebrated in Europe and around the world.
2 June: Telangana Formation Day
In the early 1950s, They struggled to create a new state of Telangana from Hyderabad. Then, On, June 2, it began in the formation of the state of Telangana every year and the conduct of various ceremonies and cultural activities.
3 June: World Bicycle Day
To Recognize the uniqueness, environment friendly, and longevity invention of Bicycles, the UN General Assembly announces 3rd June as an International Bicycle Day.
4 June: International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression
To expand the awareness about innocent children who are victims of mental, physical, and emotional abuse, the United Nations declares to celebrate as an “International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression“.
Not only on this day but, also every day the United Nations says to the nation to protect the rights of children.
5 June: World Environment Day
World Environment Day is celebrated on June 5 every year in every country. As we know, For Covid-19, a Very dangerous virus, the World is suffering in evil. So, in this year 2021, the theme of 5th June is “Ecosystem Restoration”.
7 June: World Food Safety Day
Live, love, eat… World Food Security Day is celebrated on June 7 to draw global attention to the health consequences of contaminated food and water. By focusing on reducing the risk of food Poisoning.
8 June: World Brain Tumor Day
On June 8, World Brain Tumor Day is celebrated for those patients who are suffering from Brain Tumor. And, grab the attention of the public to take care of those people and yourself.
8 June: World Oceans Day
To empower people to stop polluting ocean water bodies, On 8th June, World Ocean Day is celebrated. This day spread awareness about reducing the amounts of plastics in water bodies and taking a step to change.
12 June: World Day Against Child Labour
The day has been introduced by the International Labor Organization (ILO) to focus on the elimination of child labour, effort, and the steps needed to eradicate it worldwide.
14 June: World Blood Donor Day
On 14 June every year, World Blood Donor Day is accomplished to raise awareness about the urgency of blood donation and to appreciate blood donors.
I highly request you, if you can, Please Donate Blood.
15 June: World Wind Day
Wind power, its power and it is a day to reshape our energy. Every year World Wind Day is observed worldwide on 15th June to promote clean energy. The initiative of restoring wind energy is very much eco-friendly.
15 June: World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
WEAAD (World Elder Abuse Awareness Day) is celebrated in the United States and around the world. We raise awareness about the millions of elderly people who are victims of abuse.
17 June: World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought (International)
In 1994, the United Nations General Assembly declared June 17 as “World Day of Desert and Drought of War”. A unique turn to remind people that the desert can be tackled effectively, solutions are possible, and important is participation and cooperation at all levels.
18 June: Autistic Pride Day
This is the day for patients with Autistic to reunite with their families or caregivers. A day of acceptance, awareness, and promotion of autonomy.
18 June: International Picnic Day
Yeah Yeah… Everyone loves this day. On June 18 every year, International Picnic Day is celebrated. This is a day to enjoy nature with you and your loved ones.
19 June: Sickle Cell Awareness Day
The day was formally adopted by the UN General Assembly to recognize SCD as a public health concern. Since 2006, every year World Sickle Cell Awareness Day is hep to increase awareness about Sickle Cell Disease.
19 June: International Sauntering Day
As we know, sauntering is the most important in this pandemic. On the other hand, 19 June is illustrious to remind people to enjoy life slowly instead of always running away. It is the day to take time to relax and smell the roses.
20 June: International Refugee Day
Every year on June 20, it is memorable. It is seen as a way to show respect to all refugees, raise awareness and seek help.
21 June: World Music Day
The first all-day music festival of the day was held in Paris in 1982 by French Culture Minister. Now, Music Day is observed in more than 120 countries around the world.
21 June: Yoga Day
On 21st June International Yoga day happens to raise awareness about the benefits of daily Yoga in daily life.
21 June: World Hydrography Day
This day is observed every year by the International Hydrography Day Organization (IHO) and its members for the importance of hydrography.
21 June: Summer Solstice Day
21st June is the longest day in India with the longest time of daylight. That’s why the day is called Summer Solstice Day.
23 June: International Olympic Day
To make people aware of the importance of Sports in Daily Life, this day, Olympic Day is celebrated on June 23. Olympic Day is much more than a sporting event.
23 June: World Widow’s Day
Widows day is observed on 23rd June every year in several countries. For the human rights of widows, this day is celebrated.
23 June: United Nations Public Service Day
UN General Assembly celebrates 23rd June as Public Service Day all over the world. Recognizing the public servants, show the contribution of public service in the development process in every public sector.
26 June: International Day Against Drug Abuse & Illicit Trafficking
Since 1989, A day dedicated to combating drug abuse and illicit drug trafficking, this day has been celebrated on June 26.
30 June: World Asteroid Day
World Asteroid Day is held on 30 June to provide education on Asteroids. The event marks the anniversary of the Siberian Tunguska event, which took place on June 30, 1908. In a resolution, the United Nations declared June 30 as the International Day of Asteroid.
- the 3rd Sunday of every June is celebrated as International Father’s Day.