Pop-Up festival spread joy to children

Gautam Guha, Agami Kalarab: Yesterday the Pop Up Festival was held at Indian Museum organized by Guardian Education System Pvt.Ltd, supported by Nehru Yuva Kendra South Kolkata, UNICEF, Kolkata Police, Tilottama Foundation and Abhiyaan. This year the theme of this event was ‘For every child, every right’. This program was Inaugurated with Lighting the Lamp by dignified guests. Mr. Sanjib Kundu eminent member of UNICEF reminds that there are four rights of every children: Right to development, Right to participation, Right to protection, Right to survival. Sri Raghumoni Chatterjee United Nation Volunteer cum District Youth Coordinator of NYK South Kolkata told “All children deserve equality, despite their difference. They are entitled to all of these rights, no matter what race, colour, religion, language, ethnicity, gender or abilities define them.”

After that a sensational drama on Child marriage was performed by UNICEF and DCPU Kolkata Unit. Then a “AAO BAAT KaRe” – interactive session on Child sexual abuse had been conducted by Sabah Islam. There types and possible resistance on sexual abuse had been widely discussed. After a little while kids were divided into small groups undergo a small game on Sustainable Development Goals there after painting competition has been convened. Kids were also enjoyed during the museum tour.

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