What wisdom, activity or advice does this day bring you?

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International Day Against Violence and Bullying at School, including Cyberbullying

Almost every second teenager between 13 and 15 has already been affected by physical or online abuse at school or close by. So let's teach younger children about the abuse and encourage them to become kinder and more tolerant of their friends.

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Stress Awareness Day

It's a perfect day to show stress a big STOP sign. We live in a time when it's impossible to avoid stress since it chases us everywhere. So, let's gift ourselves with some enjoyable and relaxing activities: sports, meditation, playing with our children, walking in nature, cooking, or watching a game.

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November is the month when men let their beards grow and twirl their moustaches. Join the #movember movement and speak for early detection of male diseases.

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World Vegan Day

Eating vegetable-based food can work miracles for your health and the health of our planet. So today, have a go at cooking vegan and put at least one vegan dish on your menu.

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Prepare for this long, gloomy night appropriately: invite friends and compete in carving pumpkins, prepare a magic concoction, or find out who is the first to find a black cat.

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Haunted Refrigerator Night

Have a fast day and avoid the fridge after 6 pm. You never know which forbidden food can spoil your evening or morning weighing.

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Internet Day

This day is dedicated to the Internet, which answers all questions - anywhere and anytime. However, since many pitfalls await you online, today, you can learn about the safe use of the Internet and finally surf carefree.

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The first lace school was founded in Idrija in 1876

Did you know that lacemaking has had a long tradition in Slovenia? As early as 1876, an independent lace school was established in Idrija, which laid the foundations for lacemaking in our country. Today, the inhabitants of Idrija celebrate the lace tradition with the annual traditional international lace festival.

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World Day for Audio-visual Heritage

UNESCO declared October 27 World Day for Audio-visual Heritage to highlight the paramount importance of audio-visual material and the media, such as films, video and sound recordings, radio and television. To appropriately celebrate this day, watch an old black and white movie. Which one will you choose?

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Intersex Awareness Day

Being intersexual is not a disease, as it is a natural development of the human body. According to some estimates, up to 1.7% of the population has intersex characteristics. On this international day, support the movement against the mutilation of the bodies of people born slightly different but still healthy.

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World Pasta Day

Pasta! Spaghetti! Macaroni! Noodles! Every Slovene dialect names pasta in its own way, but we all adore them in 1001 ways. So, invite your friends or gather your family at the table and make a competition to prepare this oldest fast food in the world! Of course, the loser washes the dishes!

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Global Media and Information Literacy Week

Global Media and Information Literacy Week, held under the auspices of UNESCO, encourages citizens to become media and information literate. Find the nearest event taking place as part of this global week and acquire new skills.

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Slovenian Sport Day

Slovenia is the land of sport. Did you know that Slovenia is among the best in the world in terms of Olympic medals per capita?  Slovenia already had 65 Olympic medals, and added another 7 medals from Tokyo Olympics this year. In Tokyo, the national basketball team won a historic 4th place. 

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Queen Elizabeth II visited Lipica in 2008

On this day in 2008, the oldest stud farm in the world, Lipica, was visited by Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip. To honor the Queen, a tribal stallion named 085 Favory Canissa XXII was presented to her in Lipica.

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International Shakeout day

Have you ever felt the ground move under your feet? This day is dedicated to raising awareness about earthquakes, their occurrence, and the elimination of their consequences. Unfortunately, we cannot prevent them, but we can significantly mitigate them by recognizing earthquake zones, making people aware of how to deal with earthquakes and building anti-earthquake facilities. Learn more about earthquakes.