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Year-long events building up to Children’s Day

Year-long events building up to Children’s Day

By Staff Writer - April 6, 2017

On the International Day for the Rights of the Child, which will be celebrated on November 24, 2017, the Directorate of National Education, Youth and Sports has issued an invitation to “KIDS UNITED”, an exceptional concert in the Principality.

Ranging in ages from 8 to 15, this troupe of six young singers, working for UNICEF, spreads the message of solidarity and mutual aid that are particularly conducive to moral and civic education for young people.

The main show starts at 7:30 pm in the Salle des Princes, and as a prelude, students from Monaco will do their part to raise awareness of the situation of children in the world at 7 pm, in front of Grimaldi Forum. The main show starts at 7:30 in the Salle des Princes.

Numerous activities will mobilise the pupils of the Principality throughout the school year in order to raise funds to support the work of Monegasque humanitarian associations working for children. This money will also help young students living in the Principality or in neighbouring communes in need of special support.

Tickets for the November 24 show, which range from €39 to €59, are now available through the Grimaldi Forum website.

 

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