On October 8, most countries celebrate International Dyslexia Day by illuminating places and monuments in turquoise.
You can consult the dyslexia world map, in which you will be able to visualize the illuminated points on October 8.
United Nations Declaration
Several organizations under the leadership of the OIDEA and DISFAM are working for the United Nations General Assembly to declare October 8 as world dyslexia day.
The diplomat Isaías Medina has already been designated as responsible for writing the draft and coordinating all the countries that have given official support to this declaration.
Agenda Dyslexia Week 2022
- October 1: Conference on Dyslexia and the University
- October 7: Presentation on good practices
- October 8: Illumination of places and monuments
- October X: International Dyslexia Day event at the United Nations
Material Campaign 2022
Official supports since 2020
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2021 Campaign Material
Map of illuminated places and monuments
💙| WORLD DYSLEXIA DAY- Deputies Argentina (@DiputadosAR) October 9, 2020
The Congress lights up in turquoise in adherence and support for declaring October 8 as World Dyslexia Day, with the aim of promoting awareness of this disorder.
➡️ https://t.co/ZgK3ljumCJ#JoiningVoices🇦🇷 pic.twitter.com/AagXNAAE69
Today is International Dyslexia Day.— Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (@educaciongob) October 8, 2020
The MEFP joins the campaign #UnidosPorLaDyslexia de @Disfam y @fedisorg lighting up the facade of your turquoise blue building🏢💙 pic.twitter.com/Nnqwzs7z7Z
The Government Palace of La Rioja lights up in blue for World Dyslexia Day- Government of La Rioja (@lariojaorg) October 8, 2021
united for dyslexia #UnidosPorLaDyslexia #WorldDyslexiaDay. pic.twitter.com/mW3CIDE1Q2