If today nature gave a warm sunny day, it becomes doubly joyful - because on the first day of summer, in many countries, International Children's Day is celebrated.
International Children's Day is one of the oldest international holidays. The decision to hold it was made in 1925 at the World Conference on the well-being of children in Geneva.
International Children's Day has a flag. On a green background, symbolizing growth, harmony, freshness and fertility, stylized figures are placed around the Earth sign - red, yellow, blue, white and black. These human figures symbolize diversity and tolerance. The sign of the Earth, located in the center, is a symbol of our common home.
Children's Day is not only a fun holiday for the children themselves, it is also a reminder to society about the need to protect the rights of the child so that all children grow up happy, learn, do what they love and in the future become wonderful parents and citizens of their country.