International Children’s Day: What are the most important problems facing Arab children?

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Every year, on November 20, the world celebrates World Children’s Day, which was proclaimed in 1954 as an opportunity to strengthen international interdependence, raise awareness among children around the world and improve their well-being.

The Convention on the Rights of the Child, signed on the same day in 1989, stipulates the need for a set of international standards that all countries must adhere to, including the principle of non-discrimination, the interests of the child as a primary consideration. in all procedures related to children, and the child’s right to freely express his views, Basically, the child’s inherent right to life.

This year’s celebration takes place under the slogan “Inclusion for every child”, with the aim of achieving a more equal and inclusive world for all children.

Increased violence against children

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