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April 2 is observed every year as World Autism Awareness Day. This day aims to emphasize the need to improve the quality of life of those who have autism and help them lead meaningful lives as an integral part of society. This day recognizes and celebrates the rights of people with autism.
The ongoing pandemic has brought to light and even increased the inequalities across the globe, particularly in relation to income distribution, access to healthcare, protection under law, etc., and people with autism have long been facing several of these inequalities. This World Autism Awareness Day, the UN Department of Global Communications and UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs, in association with the Specialisterne Foundation, are organizing a virtual event addressing the several issues that impact people with autism… (UN)