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20. november 2020

H.K.H. Kronprinsessen deltager med Unicef i en live-streamet samtale med børn i forbindelse med Børnenes Dag.

Tivoli, København, kl. 9.30.

20. November 2020, 9:30

HRH The Crown Princess attends with Unicef in a live-streamed conversation with children in connection with 'Children's Day'.

Tivoli, Copenhagen

 

https://www.unicef.dk/2020/10/06/boernenes-dag/

 

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https://www.unicef.dk/boernenes-dag/

 

"November 20 every year is the Children's Convention's birthday and Children's Day.

On this day, we will put extra focus on the rights that all the children of the world have according to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Children's Day was first held on 20 November 2015 on the anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Now the day has become a tradition.

This year, Children's Day is held as a series of virtual events due to the corona, and you can follow the celebration on UNICEF's social media. We focus on how corona and climate change have changed the living conditions of all the children of the world"
 
The Crown Princess and the children meet in Tivoli for a conversation about being a child in Denmark, children's rights, and how they think that we can solve current and future challenges such as the corona pandemic and the climate crisis.
 
 
 

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"Thanks to HRH the Crown Princess for letting Esther, Vilma and Thea choose the song for singing together on Children's Day. Philip Faber sang, but "I was born in Denmark", is a song for all of us, on this day for the celebration of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. @UNICEFDK says thank you for the song"

 

It's Philip Faber from the very popular 'singing togerther - separately' program from spring.

 

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