Children Today is Children’s Day – President Niinistö, Prime Minister Marin and musician Elastinen live from around 8 am

The Ministry of Education and Culture will also announce the recipients of the Children’s Day award at the event.

Today Friday is Children’s Rights Day, which for the first time is also an established flagging day.

In honor of the day, the Jyväskylä Park School will raise a ticket at 8:00. HS shows the event live in the context of this article.

The President of the Republic will also be seen as part of the event Sauli Niinistö, Speaker of Parliament Anu Vehviläinen (Central) and Prime Minister Sanna Marinin (sd) video greetings. The video broadcast broadcast by the Government will also show the performance of the musician Elastinen for the event as a recording.

The Ministry of Education and Culture will also announce the recipients of the Children’s Day award at the event.

UN Children’s Rights Day has been on the Finnish calendar since 2002. The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child was adopted in New York, USA, on November 20, 1989.

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