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About International Children's Day
The first of June marks International Children's Day on the events calendar of government. This event celebrated on various days in many places around the world. In 1925 reaches of the origin of the International Children’s Day. In Germany celebrated the International Children’s Day from 6th to 8th June. Every Child warns that poverty is breaking up families and creating millions of 'invisible' children. The children becoming separated form the safety and protection of their families. Today’s main reason renews our commitment to improving the lives of children around the world. Each country choses its own day to commemorate it. Each year children from around the world are celebrate this day with festivities of songs and dance. On this day, the whole world will observe Children's Day as a result of resolutions taken at the World Conference for the wellbeing of Children.
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