World Children’s Day has been celebrated since 1954. The UN and UNESCO declared November 20 World Children’s Day, and 5 years later, in 1959, a declaration on the rights of the child was adopted. In 1984, the Convention on the Rights of the Child was adopted, which provides for better living conditions and a happier childhood. The aim of World Children’s Day is to unite children around the world and to promote peace between nations.
The date of November 20 is not universally accepted, as the vast majority of countries prefer to preserve their traditions in celebrating the holiday.
There is nothing more precious than children and their carefree laughter, which can bring happiness even in the saddest moments.