Mother Teresa, Princess Diana, Rita Marley, Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai have one thing in common: Does this ring a bell?
Yes, apart from noble prizes there is one common string that connects these people. These are the personalities who are ardent followers, preachers and activists of child rights. In this century children remain to be a forgotten and neglected part of our society. Personalities like the above only remind us that there is lot more one can do to save the young lives, groom them and give them a bright future. They actively support the cause of child rights and publicly condemn attacks on children in every form i.e. physical abuse, mental torture, malnutrition etc. Child safety is their utmost priority in life.
Because of personalities like these, there has been a lot of focus on child rights in the recent times and a climate of awareness is created in the public eye.
Universal Children’s day
United Nations recognized the importance of child rights and declared November 20th as “Universal Children’s Day” in the memory of lakhs of children suffering in war struck nations, suffering from severe malnutrition, physical abuse, female infanticide, child marriages, child labour and many other ill treatments that children undergo in day to day lives. Though this day is celebrated on different days by different nations, the central idea behind this day remains concrete.
Children and education
Primary education is every child’s right- This is the motto of many governments across the world. Education has the power to bring about a change in the mind set of people and thus bring about a larger difference in the society.
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Lastly on this occasion of International Children’s day let us pledge to do our bit to help the younger generation come up with flying colours in their lives.