Google Doodle Marks Children’s Day on November 20 in Multiple Countries

After marking Children’s Day in Google India with the winning doodle of D4G India 2014 on November 14, now Google marks Children’s day of multiple countries on 20 November.

Children's Day 2014 Google Doodle
Children’s Day 2014 Google Doodle(November 20, 2014)

Date for celebration of Children’s is different in different countries. About 25 countries in world celebrates Children’s Day on November 20th every year including UAE, France, Spain, Greece, Malaysia, Switzerland, Ethiopia, Egypt, Canada, Croatia, Finland, Ireland, Slovenia, Russia, Philippines, Netherlands, South Africa, Serbia, Kenya, Azerbaijan, Sweden, Macedonia.

With United Nations recommendation Universal Children’s Day is celebrated on November 20 while ¬†International ¬†Day for Children’s protection observed on June 1st. It was in 1954, proclamation for celebrating Universal Children’s Day took place in UN General Assembly.

Google Doodle that seen on homepage for celebrating Children’s Day is similar to those present on Google homepage of China, Japan and other countries their respective celebration day for Children. Having fun, taking children to their favorite spot, presenting gift and toys people celebrate the day.

Google doodle also includes a teddy bear and car at center in it with logo alphabets included in blocks kept in both side.In previous doodles for celebrating Children’s Day this year, Google have included doll, spinning top and toys in it.

In most schools and organizations special programs will be conducted on the day for kids. Competitions, parades and contests are common on the day. Above all, Children’s Day is celebrated to make nation aware of what is happening around to our children, is their rights protected, whether proper food, clothes and education is provided to all children. Though there are many associations and organization working for welfare of children, every individual should be aware of their duty to protect children.

Google doodle will be present for 24 hours and clicking doodle more detail on Children’s Day celebration in search page will be listed.

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