World Children's Day - November 20
Mon Nov 20th

World Children's Day

World Children's Day, which takes place each year on November 20th, supports children around the world. The day also raises concerns about children's rights and international unity.

Human rights don't only refer to adults. They also apply to children. Children are entitled to life, health, education, and even the right to play. In addition, children's rights include the right to family life, protection from violence, and not to be discriminated against. The child also has the right to be understood.

Children around the world face many challenging problems. According to Children Incorporated, 385 million children around the world live in poverty. In the world's richest nations, one out of every four children lives in poverty. According to an estimated 8,500 children a day die from hunger.

Other important topics that children around the world face include poverty, hunger, and other significant topics include: hunger, bullying, and violence around the world.

  • Indoctrination is a form of abuse
  • Life as refugees
  • Lack of education
  • Neglect
  • Child labor
  • Child prostitution and human trafficking are two of the child exploitation and human trafficking trades
  • Pornography of children on the Internet is on the rise

Children are exposed to a difficult environment in which to navigate. It helps if loving parents or other family members to guide them in their journey. Sadly, millions of children do not have someone like this in their lives. According to UNICEF, 153 million children around the world are orphanages.

What can be done to inspire children? What can be done to give them hope? To help their world become a better place, they can help their world become a better place. Having a World Children's Day helps raise money for the numerous challenges facing children. It also requires leaders to come up with strategies to support some of our world's most endangered citizens.

How to celebrate #worldchildrensday

Many people gather to commemorate this holiday. This includes educators, health care professionals, government officials, civil society campaigners, mothers, fathers, journalists, and religious figures. These individuals play a vital part in making this day relevant to their communities and countries. Children also commemorate the day by taking over roles in media, politics, and entertainment to highlight topics that are important to them. Many historic buildings in the United States are lit in blue to highlight their concern for child rights.

To participate:

  • Children in your local school may have to pay for lunch accounts. Some lunch accounts for children in your local school are paid off
  • Do something exciting with your children, such as taking them to the zoo or a movie
  • Ask your children what topics are important to them. Ask your children what topics are important to them
  • Donate to an agency, such as UNICEF, that assists children in need
  • Find a way for your child to forge a pen pal relationship
  • Volunteer for the nursery or youth ministry in your church
  • Any way you can help a child in need
  • Wear blue to show your love for child rights

#WorldChildrensDay is a worldwide celebration that takes place on social media. No matter what you do, post on social media to help spread the word about #WorldChildrensDay. #WorldChildrensDay is a worldwide celebration.

History of the world children's day has a rich past

The United Nations General Assembly recommended that all countries establish a Universal Children's Day on December 14th, 1954. This day later became known as World Children's Day. The United Nations adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Child on November 20th, 1959. The United Nations General Convention on the Rights of the Child was held on November 20th, 1989. The specific rights of children were proclaimed during the Convention. This Convention was the most widely ratified international human rights treaty in history.