September 8th International day of literacy
The literacy is a necessary inversion.
Literacy and education are the baseline you can construct a better world. The people who knows how to read and write are capacitated to choose and live to the fullest. People are more free, hardworking, productive and less likely to be exposed to misery and more likely to have ease to adapt to new circumstances. The economic growth, social progression and the liberty of humans depend on the establishment of the new basic level of literacy around the world.
September 9thChildrenÔÇÖs Day in Costa Rica
The “Children’s Day” in Costa Rica is celebrated every year on September 9th. It is a day dedicated to commemorating the children, who represent the future of our society.
On this day adult susually give away games and toys to children.
September 14th Night of Faroles in Costa Rica
The Faroles parade recalls the historic moment happened in 1821, when the news of the country’s independence. It is mentioned that it was Maria Dolores Bedoya who bravely walked through the streets of Guatemala on the night of September 14th, 1821 with a lantern in her hand inviting people to meet at the plaza opposite to the town hall, where the provincial councils of Guatemala gathered including Chiapas, Honduras and El Salvador. Their goal was to put pressure on politicians in order to sign the Declaration of Independence. This tradition continued by decorating the houses with patriotic colors and making parades with faroles on every 14th of September at six in the evening in remembrance of the heroic act of Maria Dolores Bedoya.
At six o’clock, the children gather at their school to sing the National Anthem and participate in the popular parade through the main streets. As in the month of September there is abundant rain, the expectation is that when the parade starts the weather will be in optimal conditions to take place without mishap. Traditionally schoolchildren, with help from parents and educators make beautiful faroles in order to participate in the parade. In advance, they seek the materials required for the design of the farol.
September 15th Independence Day in Costa Rica
Costa Rica received its independence from Spain on September 15th, 1821. Before it was in dependent, Costa Rica was Spanish territory, and Guatemala was a center of regional government. In September 1821, Guatemala declared its independence from Spain, simultaneously declaring the independence of Costa Rica as well. September 14th, 1821, at sunset, Guatemalans gathered to celebrate their new freedom.
Because Guatemalans celebrated with their faroles lit, el farol is now an integral part of the in dependence celebrations in Costa Rica. Lantern parades begin at 6:00 pm each September 14th. Traditionally, the Costa Rican National Anthem is played during parades, and the anthems heard at 6:00 on several radio stations.
School children are an important part in the celebrations of September 15. The Costa Rican educational board is the pride of the country, and Costa Rican patriots have always said that the future of freedom of the country is in the hands of its youth. Costa Ricans have always celebrated the fact that their patriotic celebrations are an activity of school children, and nonmilitary groups.
Interestingly, Costa Rica did not know of its independence until October1821, because in those days, the news of the independization took a month to get from Guatemala.
September 16th International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer.
This celebration is an invitation to everyone in the world to participate in the protection of the ozone layer.
The ozone layer is composed of the concentration of a volatile gas called ozone, consisting of three oxygen atoms and their primary mission is to protect all life on our planet, it acts as a sunscreen, preventing the passage of ultraviolet radiation.
At present times, the destruction of the ozone layer is one of the biggest problems the man has faced a san environmental issue. Preserve our life and all other beings on the planet.
September 21th International Day of Peace.
The celebration of this day invites us to commemorate and strengthen the ideals of peace in
On September 21of every year it is observed as a day of ceasefire and nonviolence worldwide. The resolution passed unanimously by the United Nations. The increase in violence and conflict in some regions of the world make important reflection and action to build and strengthen a culture of peace in society. If we want peace and nonviolence for all human beings we must act immediately and in agreement for it to be a reality.
September 23th International Day against the exploitation and traffic king of women and children.
This day aims to raise awareness among governments and civil society about the cause sand consequences of this endemic crime that affects all regions of the world and carryout actions to stop it.
It reminds us that there Instill long way to eliminate sexual exploitation, traffic in gland procuring. This global problems a phenomenon that has its origins from the beginning of wars, slavery and treating women as sex objects.
September 27: World Tourism Day
Since 1980, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) celebrates World Tourism Day on September 27. This date was chosen as that day in 1970, which adopted the Statutes of the World Tourism Organization. The adoption of this constitution is considered a milestone in world tourism. The main purpose of World Tourism Day is to foster awareness among the international community of the importance of tourism and its social, cultural, political and economic values.
The last week of September: World Maritime Day.
The “World Maritime Day” can be observed during the last week of September, each government can determine what day of the week would be devoted to the celebration and points out the recognition of this day which is to preserve the safety of life at sea and the pollution.
The World Maritime Day is an excellent opportunity to look toward the future and establishing the best chance to continue working forth safety of navigation, the protection and pollution prevention of the sea.