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Many buildings in the capital received blue decorative lighting on Saturday night.

The Convention on the Rights of the Child entered into force on November 20, 1989, and was one of the first to be ratified by Hungary. To commemorate this event, UNICEF, the United Nations (UN) Children’s Fund, celebrates World Children’s Day every year on this day.

On this occasion, the Statue of Liberty, the Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden, the Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, the MÜPA, the Puskás Arena, the Danube Arena, the Corvinus University of Budapest and the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, among others, received blue decorative lighting in Budapest. Margaret Island Water Tower.

UNICEF Hungary launched today A Face the problem! MTI, which draws attention to young people with mental health problems, writes MTI.

The organization surveyed that at least one in seven young people between the ages of 10 and 19 has been diagnosed with some form of mental disorder worldwide: 9 million adolescents in Europe alone are affected.

From November 20, the organization will help educators with a free online course to be able to recognize and, where possible, prevent the more serious mental health problems of students entrusted to their care.

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