International Children's Day around the world in 2019

International Children's Day around the world in 2019
  How long until International Children's Day?
This holiday next takes place in 88 days in Germany.
  Dates of International Children's Day around the world
2021VariousJun 1, Sep 20
CambodiaTue, Jun 1National Holiday
GermanyMon, Sep 20Regional Holiday
MoldovaTue, Jun 1National Holiday
MongoliaTue, Jun 1National Holiday
RomaniaTue, Jun 1National Holiday
UzbekistanTue, Jun 1National Holiday
2020VariousJun 1, Sep 20
CambodiaMon, Jun 1National Holiday
GermanySun, Sep 20Regional Holiday
MoldovaMon, Jun 1National Holiday
MongoliaMon, Jun 1National Holiday
RomaniaMon, Jun 1National Holiday
2019VariousJun 1, Jun 6, Sep 20
CambodiaSat, Jun 1National Holiday
GermanyFri, Sep 20Regional Holiday
MoldovaSat, Jun 1National Holiday
MongoliaSat, Jun 1National Holiday
RomaniaSat, Jun 1National Holiday
UzbekistanThu, Jun 6National Holiday
2018VariousJun 1
CambodiaFri, Jun 1National Holiday
MoldovaFri, Jun 1National Holiday
MongoliaFri, Jun 1National Holiday
RomaniaFri, Jun 1National Holiday
2017VariousJun 1, Jun 2
CambodiaThu, Jun 1National Holiday
MoldovaJun 1, Jun 2
MoldovaFri, Jun 2National Holiday
MoldovaThu, Jun 1National Holiday
RomaniaJun 1, Jun 2
RomaniaFri, Jun 2Government Holiday
RomaniaThu, Jun 1National Holiday
  Summary
The World Conference for the Well-being of Children in Geneva, Switzerland, proclaimed June 1 to be International Children's Day in 1925
  Which countries observe International Children's Day in 2019?
Cambodia  CambodiaJun 1National Holiday
Germany  GermanySep 20Regional Holiday
Moldova  MoldovaJun 1National Holiday
Mongolia  MongoliaJun 1National Holiday
Romania  RomaniaJun 1National Holiday
Uzbekistan  UzbekistanJun 6National Holiday

When is International Children's Day?

International Children's Day is a public holiday observed in some countries on 1st June.

History of International Children's Day

The origin of this holiday goes back to 1925 when representatives from different countries met in Geneva, Switzerland to convene the first "World Conference for the Wellbeing of Children".

After the conference, some governments around the world designated a day as Children's Day to highlight children's issues. There was no specific date recommended, so countries used whatever date was most relevant to their culture.

The date of 1 June is used by many ex-Soviet countries as 'The International Day for Protection of Children' was established on 1 June 1950 following the Women's International Democratic Federation's congress in Moscow that took place in 1949.

Many countries have established a Children's Day but this is commonly not observed as a public holiday. For instance, some countries observe Children's' Day on 20 November as Universal Children’s Day. This day was established by the United Nations in 1954 and aims to promote the welfare of children around the world.

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