World MS Day is the global campaign to raise awareness of MS, led by MSIF and its members
With over 500 million people across the world who speak Spanish there is an obvious need for access to MS information in Spanish.
Discover how MS organisations collaborate to translate vital MS information.
Showcasing MS resources ‘en français’ on World French Language Day
Driving global change - progress made by the global MSIF movement
You can make a real difference for people living with MS around the world just like our fundraisers
Members of the MS International Federation receive a wide range of benefits
People with MS, caregivers and MS organisations from across the world come together
Highlights from World MS Day 2019
World MS Day 2019 will take place on 30 May. The theme is Visibility and the campaign is called My Invisible MS.
The ‘Innovation of the Year’ fundraising award was presented in recognition of the Swiss MS Society’s 2017 World MS Day event, ‘We send a signal’.
The Russian MS Society embraced nature this World MS Day with a riverside seminar on MS treatment and an activity programme including fishing and horse-riding.
TV stations, radio stations and newspapers across Uruguay shone a light on the many World MS Day activities held in Uruguay this year, including the lighting up of Latin American landmarks in orange.
World MS Day will take place on 30 May. The 2018 campaign is called Bringing Us Closer and the theme is Research.
Stichting MS Research welcomed the global MSIF movement in Amsterdam last month for the spring 2018 Global Networking meetings.
Protecting and advocating for the rights of people with MS is at the heart of our work
The Czech MS organisation Union Roska will invite people affected by MS for a cruise along the river Vltava this World MS Day.
Tools for the #bringinguscloser campaign for World MS Day 2018 are now available to download.
We are looking for a strong communicator to support the World MS Day team at our friendly London office.
Singer Keiko joined young supporters of the Japan MS Society for a festive, awareness-raising event at an elementary school.
This year marked the 50th anniversary of the MS International Federation, giving us a valuable opportunity to celebrate shared successes and renew our commitment to work together to achieve a world without MS.
Keiko, a popular Japanese singer who lives with MS, performed songs to Japanese school pupils who took part in World MS Day 2017.
New film project from the German MS Society (DMSG) featuring people with MS to air on German television
A flavour of how global MS organisations marked World MS Day 2017
Sharing tips for #LifewithMS and events for World MS Day
World MS Day 2017 takes place on 31st May and the theme is #LifewithMS
The theme for World MS Day 2014 was access
World MS Day 2012 was based on three riddles about MS
The theme of World MS Day 2011 was 'Work and MS', a continuation of the 2010 theme of ‘Employment’.
The second World MS Day took place in 2010 with the theme 'Employment'
MS is associated with high costs for MS patients, their families, and society as a whole
From Canada to Pakistan people affected by MS raised their voices and raised awareness
World MS Day takes places on 25 May 2016 with the tagline ‘MS doesn’t stop me…’
If you have MS or care for someone who has MS, we need you!
Find out how staff from the MSIF office in London celebrated World MS Day
People can share a thank-you message by email, by post or on social media
27 May is World MS Day - the only global awareness raising campaign for MS
Highlights from some of the events that took place around the world
You can access the site in Arabic, English, French, Portuguese and Spanish
The theme for 2015 will be access, and the campaign will celebrate breaking down barriers to living with MS