Mark your calendars: Global Dignity Day 2017 will be held on October 18, with an aim to reach over 500,000 young people around the world. Stay tuned for ways to get involved.
This year, Global Dignity marks its first decade. The movement has reached over 60 countries with a distinct message that all people are entitled to a dignified life.
At times of humanitarian crises resulting from war and violence, concerns about wealth gaps and climate change, and polarizing political tensions, Global Dignity continues in its mission to have Dignity as a right for all people. Every fall Global Dignity Day engages diverse participants, from schools and playgrounds to policymakers and civil society leaders.
A decade after its first Global Dignity Day event in Canada, the movement has impacted over 1.5 million young people around the world and aims to impact many more in the years ahead.