Month: June 2021


Tourette’s Awareness Day

Tourette syndrome is a common neurological disorder that affects about 1 to 10 in 1,000 children. The condition is characterized by movement and vocal tics. If proper care isn’t administered in an early stage, it can develop into significant morbidity.  Sadly, not many parents are aware of Tourettes syndrome and how it affects children. Tourette’s […]Read More


A Brief History of Pride

The LGBTQ+ pride month is an annual celebration aimed at promoting the equality, dignity, visibility, and self-affirmation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT+) people. The concept came into light in the 1960s, and since then, it’s been a prominent event among the LGBTQ+ community.  Let’s discuss how the concept of Pride emerged and how […]Read More


Volunteers’ Week: 1-7 June

National Volunteers’ Week is an annual celebration observed in many countries on different dates. In the UK, it takes place in the first week of June. Let’s discuss the significance of Volunteers’ Week in the UK, along with how it’s celebrated in the country.  What Is Volunteers’ Week? Almost all nonprofits, from large charities to […]Read More