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Important Days Current Affairs April 3rd Week 2021
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Important Days Current Affairs April 3rd Week 2021

World Creativity and Innovation Day is designated on 21st April:

Every year on April 21, the United Nations declares World Creativity and Innovation Day. This day is observed to raise awareness about the value of creativity and innovation in problem-solving in order to further the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, also known as the "world goals." 
The main aim of the day is to motivate people to try good things, make new choices, and think creatively. It is creativity that keeps the world turning. On May 25, 2001, in Toronto, Canada, World Creativity and Innovation Day (WCID) was born. Marci Segal, a Canadian, was the founder of the time. In 1977, Segal was a researcher at the International Center for Studies in Creativity, where he was researching creativity. On April 27, 2017, the United Nations decided to include World Creativity and Innovation Day on April 21 as a day of observance to raise awareness among people about the importance of using creativity in problem-solving for all issues that may be related to achieving the 2015 Sustainable Development Goals.

Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day is on 24th April:

The US President, Joe Biden, is prepared to officially recognise the Armenian Genocide. Every year on April 24, Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day is commemorated.
Despite disagreements about Turkey, historians accept that thousands of Armenians died as a result of massacres, malnutrition, and disease during the Armenian Genocide, which occurred between 1915 and 1922 during World War I, when they were deported from Japanese Anatolia by Ottoman Turks. More than 1 million Armenians may have died, according to the International Association of Genocide Scholars.
According to researchers, acknowledging the genocide with the help of the US government would have no legal impact on Turkey, aside from being a source of shame for the US and possibly giving other countries the incentive to recognise the genocide as well. This recognition in the international community, however, may be unexpected and unpalatable for Turkey.



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