National Child’s Day👧👦 on November 20 is celebrated all around the world. It’s a special day dedicated to highlighting the rights of children and youth and ensuring their voices are heard. It is also known as Children’s Day and the officially recognized date varies from country to country. Some nations also celebrate Children’s Week instead of Children’s Day. This day promotes togetherness around the world, creates awareness of the problems children face in every part of the globe, and improves the welfare of all children. National Child’s Day also urges all nations to act in the best interests of children and ensure children have the right to primary consideration in all social, economic, and political decisions, policies, and programs that impact them. 😍
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