World Children's day 2021 themed by Unicef uniquely
UNICEF's theme for this year is to help children in recovering from the disruptions
Every year on November 20th, the world commemorates World Children's Day to promote children's rights while also raising their living standards. It also fosters worldwide cooperation and develops children's awareness in order to improve their well-being.
Despite the fact that Children's Day is observed on different dates around the world, International Children's Day is a worldwide event. Children's Day is observed in India on November 14, the birthday of India's first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. Bal Diwas is another name for the day.
This year's World Children's Day theme is to assist children in recovering from the disruptions and learning losses caused by the pandemic in the previous two years.
World children's day is celebrated on 20th November. Its is not only a day to celebrate children for who they are, but it is also a day to raise awareness about children around the world who have been victims of violence in the form of abuse, exploitation, or prejudice. The day also served as a reminder of issues that violate children's rights. Several children are forced into labor practices as a result of armed conflict, homelessness, or religious, minority, or disability differences.