Children’s Rights are Human Rights and Here’s Everything You Need to Know
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Children’s Rights are Human Rights and Here’s Everything You Need to Know

By Cate Brown, Associate Editor 20 Nov 2017
Young People

You’re probably aware that Mothers’ Day and Fathers’ Day is celebrated each year, but you may be surprised to know that Children’s Day exists too.

Set up in 1954 by the United Nations, Children’s Day promotes international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide, and the improvement of children’s welfare. Here’s everything you need to know:

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About The Author

Cate Brown Associate Editor

Cate Brown qualified as a solicitor in 2016, training in private practice. She is passionate about ensuring that ordinary people have the access and know-how to enforce their legal rights. Currently working as a freelance journalist, Cate has written for The New European and The Week.

Cate Brown qualified as a solicitor in 2016, training in private practice. She is passionate about ensuring that ordinary people have the access and know-how to enforce their legal rights. Currently working as a freelance journalist, Cate has written for The New European and The Week.