The Rashtrapati Bhavan, Qutub Minar and different monuments throughout New Delhi had been illuminated with blue lights on the eve of the World Children’s Day. The iconic monuments lighting up was a part of the #GoBlue marketing campaign by the UNICEF which goals to focus on baby rights and the affect the Covid pandemic had on youngsters’s lives.
Along with iconic monuments, key parliament buildings like North Block and South Block had been additionally lit up in blue on Friday, a day forward of World Children’s Day.
Delhi: Qutub Minar illuminated with blue lights on the eve of World Children’s Day. pic.twitter.com/HA8cJb4kWf
— ANI (@ANI) November 19, 2021
On Saturday, UNICEF will maintain a Parliament with youngsters in partnership with Parliamentarian’s Group for Children (PGC). The occasion, on November 20, can be attended by a number of members of Parliament.
At the Parliament, youngsters will talk about re-opening of colleges and current a Charter of Demands to the parliamentarians. The participant parliamentarians are anticipated to signal a letter of dedication to assist integrating youngsters’s rights and voices.
The World Children’s Day is widely known on November 20, yearly. It was first celebrated in 1954 to foster worldwide togetherness amongst youngsters throughout the globe. The day can also be an event meant to focus on and enhance on points that have an effect on youngsters’s welfare.
In 1959, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Child on November 20. In 1989, the UN General meeting adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child on this date.