20th of November is the World Children’s Day, celebrated according to the declaration and the convention on the Rights of the Child by the UN General Assembly on 20 November 1959. It has been 62 years since the declaration. As to promote awareness among children, togetherness and improving children’s welfare, United Nations (UN) provides a particular theme for this year of 2021 with “A Better Future for Every Child”. For UNICEF, this day is an annual day of action for children and by the children which is more important than ever that the world listens to their ideas and demands where the kids will reimagine a better world. There are already a lot of Twibbonize frames for this day, as like the children is taking over Twibbonize as the frames are turning blue just like the taste of what to expect on the day. Blue color is the symbol for children rights on Children Day. Therefore, to support the World Children Day, you can turn your social media post into something blue with the following frame and find out what you can do on World Children’s Day in each of the following frames:
World Children Day
by Nghi Bùi
As a parents, you should take an active role in your child’s physical and mental wellbeing.
Happy World Childrens Day
by Najwa Syakira
By appreciating your child’s ideas and consider his feelings, it makes your child relaxed and leads to a strong relationship development.
TEEZDESTINY WORLD CHILDRENS DAY
by Alicia Aphrodite
Knowledge of healthy foods is valuable to enhance the children’s physical and mental performance, so get it from diet and nutrition experts.
Happy World Childrens Day
by Ika Baitinnisa
Spend time with your child regularly based on structured activities and events.
World Childrens Day
by Indra Dwi Putra
To educate and improve child’s discipline, use a positive and encouraging attitude.
Happy Worlds Childrens Day
by Dhana Andreas
Try to enquire your child about their problems, like in education, resources, or in daily routine. Then, try to help them solve those issues.
Happy World Childrens Day 2021
by Famela Marcha
Child’s learning from adult’s positivity will improve the abilitiy of child’s offspring.
Hari Anak Sedunia
by Novia Galuh Ramadhanty
For youth, you can join the Voices of Youth community by UNICEF through this link https://www.voicesofyouth.org/share/how-submit-blog-voices-youth
HARI ANAK SEDUNIA
by Puskesmas Matraman
If you are working in a company, corporate foundation, and other private organizations, you can exploring a collaboration opportunity to uphold child rights with UNICEF.
Peringatan Hari Anak Nasional 2021
by Kementerian Pemberdayaan Perempuan dan Perlindungan Anak (Kemen PPPA)
Help children to know their rights by discovering the child-friendly version of the Convention on the Rights of the Child here.
Children’s Day is a commemorative date celebrated annually in honor of children on a fun day with a serious message of protection and welfare of children’s rights. As reported by UNICEF, the rights of every child has affected by the inequality during the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a chance for children and young people to raise their voices on the issues like climate change, education and mental health that matter to their generation and calling for adults to create a better future by ending racism and discrimination. Through Twibbonize with existing frames, you can take one action that means a lot for the future of children around the world.