Established in 1954, the United Nations Universal Children’s Day is celebrated on November 20th each year to promote international togetherness and awareness among children worldwide. The day is significant because it marks the adoption of the Declaration of the Rights of the Child. Adopted initially by the United Nations General Assembly in 1959, and the … Continue reading COVID-19 and children
- Vivian Chieh & Fahreen Naz International Day for Tolerance is a time for people to learn about respecting and recognizing the rights and beliefs of other people. It is also a time of reflection and debate on the adverse effects of intolerance. Live discussions and debates take place across the world on this day, … Continue reading Don’t accept them but at least respect them!
- Vivian Chieh Only after recently watching the film Water by Deepa Mehta  was I aware of India’s untouchables. It took me 19 years to get my first exposure to untouchables in India. From this experience, I assume that I am not the only one among the billions of people who just learned about the untouchables, … Continue reading How does the caste system affect children?
Credits - Vivian Chieh & Esma Adiguzel The Earth has a deadline. Manhattan’s Metronome digital clock was re-programmed to display the numbers representing the years, days, hours, minutes, and seconds until that deadline. It is now known as the Climate Clock, an effort to project the urgency of combating climate change. First of all, what is climate … Continue reading Manhattan and mother earth
We believe that our girls should not be afraid of what the future holds for them. We want them to be who they want to be with nothing curbing their growth. Our child project sincerely aims to achieve this goal.