The Top Trending Hashtags On Twitter Worldwide

By | October 26, 2022

We’re almost at the end of 2015 and, while it’s been a great year, it’s also been a bit of a strange one. We’ve seen some amazing things happen, as well as some rather tragic events. But, through it all, Twitter has been there for us, providing a platform for people to share their thoughts and feelings on what’s going on in the world.

So, what have been the top trending hashtags on Twitter this year? Here’s a look at the 10 most popular:

1. #Paris

The tragic events that took place in Paris in November were some of the most talked about of the year. The #Paris hashtag was used millions of times in the aftermath of the attacks, as people showed their solidarity with the people of France.

2. #RefugeesWelcome

The refugee crisis has been one of the biggest stories of the year, with millions of people fleeing war-torn countries in the hope of finding safety elsewhere. The #RefugeesWelcome hashtag was used by people all over the world to show their support for those who are seeking a better life.

3. #BlackLivesMatter

The #BlackLivesMatter hashtag has been used extensively this year in the wake of a number of high-profile police killings of black people in the US. The hashtag has been used to raise awareness of the issue of racism and to call for justice.

4. #LoveWins

In June, the US Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage was legal in all 50 states. The decision was widely celebrated, with the #LoveWins hashtag trending on Twitter.

5. #IStandWithAhmed

In September, 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed was arrested after bringing a homemade clock to school. The incident sparked outrage, with people using the #IStandWithAhmed hashtag to show their support for the teenager.

6. #CharlieHebdo

In January, the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo was attacked by gunmen, resulting in the deaths of 12 people. The #CharlieHebdo hashtag was used by people around the world to express their solidarity with the magazine and its staff.

7. #Ferguson

The death of 18-year-old Michael Brown in August 2014 sparked protests in Ferguson, Missouri. The #Ferguson hashtag was used extensively this year, as the trial of the police officer who killed Brown took place.

8. #Syria

The conflict in Syria has been ongoing for many years, but this year the #Syria hashtag was used more than ever before. As the refugee crisis continued, people used the hashtag to express their concern for those affected by the conflict.

9. #RIP

The #RIP hashtag was used millions of times this year to pay tribute to a number of high-profile figures who passed away, including Nelson Mandela, Robin Williams, and Stephen Hawking.

10. #JeSuisCharlie

The #JeSuisCharlie hashtag, which means “I am Charlie” in French, was used by people around the world after the Charlie Hebdo attack. The hashtag was a show of solidarity with the magazine and its staff.

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