Children’s Day Celebration: How Does Children Day Affect Education
Children’s Day celebration is one of the widely celebrated day that is set aside for children to make merry of their rights and freedom as children beginning from the right to education, right to life and more other rights that have been set aside for the children.
History Of World Children’s Day Celebration
The World Children’s Day Celebration can trace it’s establishment first in the year 1954 which was initially called Universal Children’s Day Celebration and it was celebrated on every 20th of November annually to promulgate the international freedom, rights, togetherness and create awareness throughout the universal children on the welfare of these tomorrow’s future.
November 20th has been an important date for the United Nations after which they adopted the Declaration of the Rights of Children during their General assembly. That same year, they also adopted the Convention on the Rights of Children.
Since 1990, Mothers and fathers, guardians, government leaders, non-governmental organization, community elders, traditional rulers, media professionals, nurses and doctors religious leaders and corporate leaders have been issued the mandates to ensure that children are guided in the best and holy way that would make their growth a very good one that will make them useful to the society.
The children’s Day Celebration has been set aside to play an important role, since the mother’s day, father’s day and worker’s day are well celebrated, why shouldn’t the Children day be remembered worldwide.
World Children’s Day offers each of us an inspirational entry-point to advocate, promote and celebrate children’s rights, translating into dialogues and actions that will build a better world for children celebration
May 27th Children’s Day Celebration
This is the day that has been set aside for the Nigerian Children to get a grasp of the opportunity for them to be able to express themselves and show up a smiling and happy faces.
Children are innocent, vulnerable and peace loving human early stage creations that brings a big smile to a family.
They are the happiness of a family. A family without children seems not to have the happiness complete until they have one.
Children bring a smile to one’s face, they are one of the most treasured possessions on earth; children are loved by one and all.
Thus, Children’s Day is celebrated to commemorate the healthy growth and happiness of children.
As grown ups, we have the job of nurturing our kids to be strong and independent.As parents and caregivers, we are doing the most important job here. It’s rewarding, but sometimes it’s tough.
We all have a role to play in treasuring our children. No one needs to do the big job of being a parent by themselves. Friends and family are the best people to lend a helping hand.
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Be there, Sometimes a listening ear and some practical help is the best kind of support.Give praise and encouragement and reprimand when necessary.
Let parents also spend valuable time with their children and attend to their problems.
When Is Children Day Celebration In Nigeria
Children’s Day Celebration in Nigeria is widely celebrated every 27th of May which have been set aside to honor and celebrate the Nigerian Children both the orphans, displaced, dead and alive, sick and the rest of them.
It is nationally regarded as a holiday where no Nigerian child would have to attend school for that day and spend their day in amusement parks, playgrounds , cinemas, tours and lot more fun places and some other educative centres.
Children’s Day Celebration: Rights Of Every Children
- Right To Life
- Right To Quality Education
- Right to free and compulsory elementary education for all children in the 6-14 year age group
- Right to be protected from any hazardous employment
- Right to early childhood care and education
- Right to be protected from abuse’
- Right to be protected from the economic necessity to enter occupations unsuited to their age or strength
- Right to equal opportunities and facilities to develop in a healthy manner
- Right to freedom and dignity and guaranteed protection of childhood and youth against exploitation