To send all children to preschools, we need to do all it takes, even what may seem impossible

Samvel's talk in National Assembly

UNICEF Armenia
Samvel is getting ready for his talk on World Children's Day. He is going to voice issues regarding accessibility of early learning for every child.
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12 January 2017

On November 20, 2017 Armenia joined UNICEF’s global Children Takeover campaign dedicated to World Children’s Day.

On that day National Assembly of Armenia joined UNICEF’s global campaign to help to give a voice to children.A special session taken over by five adolescent speakers was held in the National Assembly of Armenia that was live streamed and viewed nationally. The session was chaired by the President of the National Assembly and three chairs of Standing Committees, as well as attended by high level policy makers and about 100 adolescents. It was live streamed

In the frame of this global campaign children from all around the world will be taking over key roles in media, politics, business, sport and entertainment to voice their support for millions of their peers who are unschooled, unprotected and uprooted.

With adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child the world made a promise to children that it will do everything in its power to protect and promote their rights to survive and thrive, to learn and grow, to make their voices heard and reach their full potential.

At the session children voiced the problems they are facing and the solutions they see to solve that problems. 

Samvel shares his ideas and vision about the importance of early childhood education and how it can set the foundation for lifelong learning and wellbeing. Feel free to share and spread the word!

UNICEF Armenia

"You must take care of children after they are born, giving them everything they need to grow well on their own. In addition to care, children also require a good education, because simply eating and growing has never been enough for success. And educated, smart, and responsible citizens need to be shaped from an early age."