On Zero Discrimination Day, UN urges tolerance for diversity

The United Nations Programme leading the world's HIV/AIDS response - UNAIDS has kicked off the 2015 global edition of Zero Discrimination Day as part of the Organization's wider effort to spur solidarity towards ending discrimination.

"Committing to making our world free of stigma and discrimination is not an option, it's a duty."  said UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibe.

This year's theme Open Up, Reach Out encourages all members of the international community to unite under the banner of diversity and celebrate each other's difference in an authoritative rejection of discrimination in all its forms. Read More