Posted on November 23, 2012

The Childhood Cultural Center (CCC) celebrated the International Children’s Day on Thursday. The ceremony was attended by the CCC director-general and other officials of the centre, representatives of foreign embassies in Qatar as well as directors, teachers and students of independent schools.

Speaking on the occasion, CCC Director of Community Activities Professor Mariam al Mesned said, “The centre celebrates International Children’s Day each year. This year, we have decided to gather students from independent, Arabic and foreign schools to identify different cultures and civilisations of other countries and promote the concept of fraternity and understanding among children of different nationalities.”

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Director of Public Relations and Media at CCC Abdullah Hamed al Mulla said the centre marked the occasion in order to make children aware of their rights and have access to full health care, entertainment, learning and development activities.

“Qatar is a signatory to the children’s rights agreement. That is why our centre is organising awareness and educational programmes to highlight the child’s rights that should be provided to him by his community through centres and institutions concerned with the children affairs,” Mulla said.

The event featured folk dances by representatives of different schools. The children wrote their wishes on the occasion. The celebrations also included an exhibition of products, clothes and booklets providing information about countries around the world.


source: Qatar Tribune

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