World Children’s Day
November 20th is World Children’s Day. It is UNICEF’s global day of action for children, by children.
On that day, children take on the role of adults from various professional fields, such as the media, politics or sports to have their voices heard.
Over the years, more than 100 buildings, public spaces and monuments have been lit up in blue. Due to the energy crisis, we want to take a different approach this year.
Instead, we invite everyone to make a statement online. Activate a special pop-up message on your website or turn your online presence, including your social media channels blue.
Blue shirt, trousers, shoes, or even blue hair. Anything goes to show solidarity with children’s rights. Share your best pics online by tagging UNICEF Luxembourg.
> Social media toolkit (available mid-October)
Celebrate children’s rights online by taking part in the biggest La Ola in Luxembourg. Film yourself (portrait mode) alone or with classmates, friends, colleagues or family (from left to right), and share it online. Don’t forget to tag UNICEF Luxembourg and to use the hashtag #uniceflaola.
All videos posted before November 18th will be combined into a final video to be published on World Children’s Day.
And finally, share your best photos online or share them with us (firstname.lastname@example.org).
World Children’s Day represents a great opportunity for teachers, educators, and parents to educate children about their rights. We offer a wide range of teaching resources for different age groups.
Thank you to everyone who celebrated the rights of the child on World Children’s Day by participating in our La Ola challenge. With your help, we crated the longest virtual La Ola wave in Luxembourg.
THANK YOU, THANK YOU ,THANK YOU! #uniceflaola
RTL Lëtzebuerg aired a report on the importance of World Children’s Day and the many problems children face around the world, despite the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Our Youth Ambassadors took over our Facebook & Instagram accounts during World Children’s Day. We wanted to give them a voice and let them talk about topics they care about. #takeover
B Medical systems welcomed children at their headquarters where various activities such as #GoBlue, #KidsTakeOver and #UNICEFLaOla were conducted. Also, their offices in India organised awareness sessions for promoting STEM education and children’s rights by engaging with local schoolchildren.
On RTL Radio Lëtzebuerg, children’s messages were heard throughout World Children’s Day.
Joy, Véronique and Hannah wrote articles for the RTL Lëtzebuerg website. They chose to talk about their personal experiences and about topics that worry them, like climate change. They also wanted to raise awareness about children’s rights.
The video animation “Mir All hu Rechter!” raises awareness among children aged 3 to 6 about their rights. Together with Liz and Leepa, children discover the rights of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (through stories, animations and songs). The Luxembourg version was produced with the help of Jang Linster.
The municipality of Weiler-la-Tour has recorded a wonderful video in collaboration with the Maison Relais “Bei de Steekauzen”. They give young people a voice! Many thanks to all the participants.
Paul Heber (Chief Communication at UNICEF Luxembourg) joined Sam and his team on the Sam Steen Show on RTL Today.
Three of our Youth Ambassadors, Lilou (15), Hannah (17) and Georg (17), were invited by Eldoradio to talk about their work with UNICEF.
Judiciairy City Luxembourg
“YOUstice” is a justice awareness workshop for young people aged 15 and over. After attending a criminal court trial, the attendees have put themselves in the shoes of actors of justice through a role play. Theme of November 16th: a case of violation of the rights of the child.
They also had the opportunity to discuss with a state prosecutor, a judge and/or a lawyer and to reflect on the importance of justice in a state of law and children’s rights in general.
The workshop has been offered in collaboration with the Zentrum fir politesch Bildung and the Justice administration.
Two of our Youth Ambassadors, Vanessa (18) and Philipp (17), were guests on the RTL Morningshow to talk about children’s rights and their work with UNICEF.
Organized by UNICEF Luxembourg, under the patronage of the MENJE (Children’s Rights Department), this competition asks children and young people how they imagine the school of tomorrow and offers them the opportunity to express their visions, wishes and expectations for the future.
The UNICEF Child Rights Pocketbook explains the 54 articles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in a child-friendly way. We offer two versions: one for children from 6 to 12 years old and one for young people from 12 years old.
On World Children’s Day, all donations will go to protect children and their families in Ukraine, where the war continues to have a devastating impact on their rights. Your donation could change a child’s life forever.
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Thank you for making this day so special!
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