French Language Day is an annual observance that celebrates the French language, its history, and cultural significance worldwide. It is celebrated on March 20th each year, which is also the International Francophonie Day.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) established French Language Day in 2010 to promote multilingualism and cultural diversity. The day aims to raise awareness about the French language and its contribution to science, literature, culture, and diplomacy.
On French Language Day, various events and activities take place worldwide, including French language classes, cultural programs, and seminars. It is an opportunity for French speakers and Francophiles to celebrate the language and connect with others who share a passion for French culture.
The day is celebrated in many countries, including France, Canada, Belgium, Switzerland, and numerous African nations. It is an opportunity for people to learn more about the French language and culture, and to appreciate the richness and diversity of the French-speaking world.