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International Stand Up to Bullying Day 23 February

Thursday, 22 February 2024

Stand Up to Bullying Day is a day where organisations, schools and members of the public come together to take a collective stand against bullying. Bullying can affect any workplace and can come from any area of the workplace, whether it’s a difficult boss, an intimidating coworker, or a disrespectful client. Find out about the key steps and practical guidance for employers to prevent and address bullying and harassment in the workplace. Read the full article within.

International Stand Up to Bullying Day 23 February

World Day of Social Justice 20 February

Monday, 19 February 2024

Social justice is essential in creating a fair and just world for everyone. World Day of Social Justice is an international day recognising the need to promote social justice. The World Economic Forum (WEF) met earlier this month with the aim of rebuilding trust, fostering global solidarity and collaborating on issues including artificial intelligence, climate change and global growth. Find out more about the global risks and key talking points discussed at the forum as well as how to drive Social Justice in the workplace. Read the full article within.

World Day of Social Justice 20 February

World Cancer Day 4 February

Thursday, 1 February 2024

Everyone in the UK is likely to feel the impact of cancer in their lifetime. That could be through facing a diagnosis themselves, or because a loved one or friend is affected. World Cancer Day is an international day to raise awareness of cancer and to encourage its prevention, detection, and treatment. Work is important for many people with cancer or caring for someone with cancer, for a number of reasons. Find out about how employers can provide better workplace support for employees living with or affected by cancer. Read the full article within.

World Cancer Day 4 February

Holocaust Memorial Day 27 January

Thursday, 25 January 2024

Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) is a day for everyone, a day when we remember all those millions of people murdered because of something that made them who they were – for example their ethnicity or faith. HMD offers workplaces the opportunity to bring employees together to learn lessons from the past and develop an inclusive and welcoming work environment. Find out about some of the ways organisations can mark this event in the workplace and beyond. Read the full article within.

Holocaust Memorial Day 27 January