The idea of celebrating the "Día del Niño" (Children's Day) arose on November 20, 1959, when the UN General Assembly held a meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, in which it decided to reaffirm the rights of children universally.
Although the world celebration is on November 20, each country has chosen a special day to celebrate and organize activities, in order to help develop the well-being of children around the world.
In Mexico on April 30, 1924, Día del Niño was created by Mexico's President General Álvaro Obregón and Minister of Public Education, Jos . . .