Investing in a better future means investing in your children. This is the reason why 'World Children's Day' is celebrated every year on 20 November. This day is celebrated with the aim of promoting solidarity around the world, making aware of the problems of children in every corner of the world and for the welfare of children. About 191 countries of the world have accepted the guideline set by the United Nations General Assembly and have expressed the awareness of the countries towards the rights of children. Before Universal Children's Day, 'Children's Day' is celebrated in India in memory of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on 14th November. On this day also, efforts are made to solve many issues related to children. Let us know about the history and importance of World Children's Day.
This day is also called Universal Children's Day. This special day is celebrated every year on 20 November all over the world. This day was started in the year 1954. This day was conceptualized by V.K. Krishna Menne did it. On 20 November 1959, the United Nations General Assembly had declared these rights for the first time. At the same time, during the conference held in 1989, the United Nations had adopted child rights.
Universal Children's Day is celebrated every year with a new theme. This year's theme is: 'Equality and Inclusion, for Every Child'. This theme means that every child belonging to any society, community and nationality deserves equal rights. It also emphasizes the discrimination between children of different cultures.
On World Children's Day, blue color is considered a symbol of children's rights. You can all show your support by wearing blue on 20 November. This day is celebrated for the better future of the children.
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