30 July every year: Raising awareness of human trafficking victims and the protection of their rights
9 August every year: Celebrating the lives of indigenous populations, and drawing attention to the discrimination and loss of rights they often face.
12 August every year: Celebrating the experiences and voices of young people.
19 August every year: Recognizing and appreciating humanitarian workers worldwide.
23 August every year: A day of remembrance for those who suffered as slaves.
29 August every year: Raising awareness about the effects of global nuclear weapon tests.
30 August every year: Drawing attention to those who have been imprisoned without their friends or relatives knowing where or why.
8 September every year: Reminding us of the global importance of literacy.
Second Saturday in September every year: Raising awareness of how first aid can save lives.