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World Children's Day: 11 tweets that show how dangerous life as a child can be

Created: 09/20/2022, 5:51 p.m

Links: Zwei Jungen in Afghanistan, die ein Schulbuch halten. Für Mädchen ist die Schule ab der 7. Klasse dort tabu. Rechts: Ein kleines Mädchen, nachdem ihr Haus in der Ukraine von den Russen zerstört wurde.
Left: Two boys in Afghanistan holding a school book. School is taboo for girls from the 7th grade onwards. Right: A little girl after her home in Ukraine was destroyed by the Russians. © Ukrinform/ Xinhua/ Imago/ Collage/ BuzzFeed News

This year, World Children’s Day, children’s rights are remembered. BuzzFeed News Germany has collected 11 tweets about the dangers they are facing around the world.

On September 20th, Germany and Austria celebrate World Children’s Day. The German Children’s Fund and UNICEF campaign for children’s rights. Activists and politicians remind on Twitter that children around the world are threatened by crises and social structures. This year, the war in Ukraine and the lack of education among girls in Afghanistan are topics. But child poverty and the climate crisis that is affecting their future also persist.

BuzzFeed News Germany features 11 tweets about the dangers children face.

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