Children's Day was established in 1949 by a session of the International Democratic Federation of Women.
In 1959, the United Nations adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Child, which proclaimed social and legal principles concerning the protection and welfare of children. On November 20, 1989, the UN General Assembly adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which is considered a world constitution for children. The struggle for the adoption of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child was difficult and long, and victory was not easy.
In Ukraine, this day is not a day off, but for children it always looks especially festive: it's fun events, concerts, ice cream, the first day of summer and the beginning of summer vacation. However, there is little entertaining connotation in the holiday.
Usually parents spend the day with their children, try to please them with gifts or spend time in zoos and parks. But this year, under adaptive quarantine, holiday activities will be limited.
In European countries, the average age of parents is 29 years, in India - 19 years, in Ukraine, mostly young mothers become 22, and dads at 27 years.
Sultan Ismail of Morocco has the largest number of children in the world. He has 340 daughters and 548 sons.
It is noteworthy that a newborn baby can distinguish between red and green, but she does not see blue.
According to statistics, children 3-4 years old ask 900 questions every day and say more than 12 words.
11-year-old resident of Egypt Mahmoud Weil is recognized as one of the greatest intellectuals in the world among children. He has a phenomenal intelligence, the child is able to divide and multiply nine-digit numbers with the speed of a computer.
The most popular day of the week for children is Tuesday. But on the weekend few babies are born.
In many large cities around the world there are closed clubs for indigo children. They are closed not because they want to isolate children from the world, because among their peers they are like white crows. There are children who at the age of 5 already speak four foreign languages or write poems.
The Japanese diligently avoid the words "bad", "bad", "bad" when communicating with children. If a child is capricious, they say not "you are a bad child", but "good children do not behave like that".
Romania has the world's only kindergarten for security guards. VIP kids go to kindergarten with their guards. Chubby men sit in a special annex and do not take their eyes off their wards.
Photos from the Internet.