17 million people across the world suffer from cerebral palsy, a lifelong lasting disability with no known cure. World Cerebral Palsy Day was created as a global project to change the world of people living with cerebral palsy. It's annually observed on the first Wednesday in October.
International Day of No Prostitution (IDNP) is observed annually on October 5. This awareness day was first held in 2002 in some localities in the United States and Australia.
World Teachers' Day is an annual global observance that recognizes the significant contribution of teachers to society. It was officially established by UNESCO in 1994. World Teacher's Day is celebrated on October 5.
October 4 is the first day of World Space Week. World Space Week is an annual celebration instituted by the United Nations General Assembly. It recognizes the contributions of space science and technology to the betterment of the human condition.
Walk to School Day is an annual awareness event that typically takes place on the first Wednesday in October. It was established in 1997 and has been held each year ever since.