Countries have laws that criminalize same-sex relations.

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Of countries have equal numbers of girls and boys attending secondary school.

Disabled people are 3 times more likely to be denied health care.

Zero Discrimination Day is an opportunity to join together against discrimination and celebrate everyone’s right to live a full and productive life with dignity. Gender, nationality, age, disability, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, religion, language or any other status should never be a reason to discriminate.

Embrace the diversity that exists around us, understand and accept people’s differences, open minds and respect and support one another.

Each person has a diverse set of talents and skills that can enrich societies and strengthen communities. Welcoming and embracing diversity in all its forms reinforces social cohesion and brings valuable benefits.

Zero Discrimination Day is an opportunity to join together against discrimination and celebrate everyone’s right to live a full and productive life with dignity. Gender, nationality, age, disability, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, religion, language or any other status should never be a reason to discriminate.

By joining hearts and voices, individuals, communities and societies can transform the world. Zero Discrimination Day is an opportunity to highlight how everyone can be part of the transformation and stand out for fair and just societies.

Learn more and get involved at unaids.org

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