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Senegalese children bring song to the Charter and children’s rights
Day of the African Child
On 16 June 2007, CERPAC together with a young people’s group organized a children’s ceremony awarding the best students from a neighborhood in Guédiawaye (a town in the Dakar Region of Senegal). The date was not chosen at random: the Day of the African Child has been celebrated on 16 June every year since 1991, to commemorate the massacre of hundreds of children during a protest march in Soweto (South Africa) by the apartheid government on 16 June 1976. The day has a different theme every year:
To perform for their parents on 16 June (extract):
The children’s choir also sung the Declaration of the Rights of the Child, an international text setting out children’s rights: