We people can not even realize the pain of the person who is suffering from some kind of disabilities, people who have everything and still complaints about small aspects in their life should learn from those, who lack a lot of things, without doing anything wrong only because they are born that way or happened to meet in some kind of tragic accident. A person who is disabled by any part or something from the brain suffers a lot in life.
Some take it positively and move on with life by accepting the fact but some get demotivated because of that and lose hope in themselves. An individual who is disabled by birth or because of some accident has done nothing wrong but still, they play a lot in their life. A person who is completely fine and has everything should take a stand and be the support system to those who need it.
December 3rd is declared as International Day of People with Disability observed by the United Nations since 1992. The annual ceremony of the International Day of Disabled Persons was declared openly in 1992, by the United Nations General Assembly resolution 47/3.
Disability Day focuses on to motivate a better knowledge of people affected by a disability, jointly with assisting to make people better knowledgeable of the liberties, confidence, and good of impaired people and put forward attention about the advantages of incorporating disabled persons into every facet of life, from financial to political, to civil and cultural. Disability Day comprises all understood disabilities.
Every year since 1992, a variation of occasions are carried in several nations. Disability Day is utilized for clasping discussions, seminars, and campaigns about disability, and societies are motivated to oversee conferences, talks, and even performances in their provincial regions.
Disability Day Theme 2020
“Building back better: towards an inclusive, accessible and sustainable post COVID-19 world by, for and with persons with disabilities” is the theme for 2020 marked by UNESO for International Day of Persons with Disabilities. A week-long programme from 25 November to 3 December 2020 is also planned by UNESCO.
Also a Global Awareness Raising Campaign “Tell our stories, enable our rights” on its official social media channels, focusing on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people living with disabilities and on the immediate response to the crisis through open, inclusive and innovative use of digital solutions, tools and resources.
You can celebrate this day by helping someone who is in need, they will not ask for your help of course either because of pride or because of mental incapabilities but it is your responsibility that you offer to help the other person. Talk with them nicely and ask them what they need, you don’t have to go for big movements or something but you can at least provide support to a person who is suffering from any disability near you.
Be a helping hand!