World Refugee Day.

World Refugee Day.


Child writer Kashish

World Refugee Day is an international day designated by the United Nations to honor refugees around the globe.

It is celebrated annually on June 20, commemorating the strength and courage of those who have been forced to flee their countries due to conflict or persecution. The UN observes World Refugee Day every year on June 20, dedicated to celebrating and honoring refugees worldwide.

This day was first established on June 20, 2001. It recognizes the strength and courage of individuals compelled to leave their country to escape conflict or persecution.

World Refugee Day is celebrated globally every year on June 20, but it wasn’t always observed on this date. On June 4, 2000, the United Nations (UN) announced the celebration of this day. Initially, June 17 was decided as the date for the celebration. However, in 2001, the UN realized it marked the 50th anniversary of the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees. As a result, the date was changed from June 17 to June 20, and it has been celebrated on this date since then.

This day is primarily observed as an expression of solidarity with all those people who were once happy in their own country and home but had to leave due to persecution and various forms of torment in their homeland. Numerous incidents worldwide have forced residents to leave their country, home, and everything they had.

Each year, World Refugee Day is observed to remember these refugees and empathize with the pain and suffering they have endured. Additionally, it honors some refugees who were forced to spend difficult days and nights due to war or other conflicts, through no fault of their own.

Historically, nations have waged wars, but the common people have suffered the consequences.

Millions of refugees worldwide exemplify this suffering. Even today, many refugees from Syria move to neighboring countries in search of livelihood and hope to start a new life. Among them are individuals who were once well-known but are now forced to beg to feed their children. For this reason, the UN celebrates this day each year to raise global awareness, encouraging countries to extend their support and play a vital role in shaping the future of these refugees’ children.

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