Get Ready For World Children's Day!

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By Daniel Schmitz, Associate Partner & Mentorship Coach, Lighthouse International

“There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.” - Nelson Mandela

The 20th of November is World Children’s Day and children will ’take over’ business, government and entertainment, so be prepared!!

How often do we forget the most vulnerable in our world and get lost in our own problems instead of ensuring that we care for our kids in the best way we can? This doesn't just apply to those in our own immediate families, but also children across the globe. For instance, you may be shocked how many children lead incredibly short lives because of not having access to the basics for survival like clean water. To find out how you can connect with other people who also care about the future of the next generation, please get in touch with us.

Here is a great video from Unicef about World Children’s Day and about giving children a voice:

Here is another awesome and fun video of this Unicef series about World Children’s Day, definitely worth a watch:

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Check out this article about the Water Crisis and how it affects children and adults...

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By | 2017-11-19T18:06:58+00:00 November 16th, 2017|

One Comment

  1. Diane Cubitt 20th November 2017 at 10:22 AM - Reply

    Thank you for sharing this Daniel, we could learn so much from children. They have an imagination that we as adults have forgotten. We had that imagination once, but lost it. If only back then, there was someone to listen to us, listen to what we wanted, how different would things be today. So, let’s remember what we wanted to say, what we wanted to do. Take those memories and use them to listen to what the children of today want.

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