The Ministry of Interior organizes extensive activities at Expo 2020 Dubai on the occasion of Emirati Children's Day
15 Mar 2022
The Ministry of Interior, represented by the Ministry's Child Protection Center, was organized an extensive activities on Emirati Children's Day at the Fazaa Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai, in the presence of Major General Saif Al Zari Al Shamsi, Commander-in-Chief of Sharjah Police, and a number of officials from the entities concerned with children. The event was also attended by the Director General of the International Affairs Bureau and the Director of the Ministry of Interior's Center for the Child Protection and a number of officials and officers from the Ministry of Interior and police entities in the country.
The celebration of this day came as an affirmation of the importance of a child care and protection, which is considered a top priority within the efforts of the Ministry of Interior in establishing the child's right to life, survival and development.
The events included a variety of awareness, education and entertainment activities, musical performances by the Dubai Police, a session with the participation of the Emirati Child Parliament, a segment for cyber security ambassadors, and Yola performances introduced by the participating children from some of the country schools.
A number of local partners and several internal entities also were participated in the programs and activities, including the Judicial Department, Martyrs' Families Affairs Office, Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood, Dubai Foundation for Women and Children, Zayed Higher Organization for People of Determination, Child Safety Department of the Supreme Council for Family Affairs in Sharjah, Khalifa Empowerment Program (Aqdar), the Office of Law Respect Culture, Human Rights Administration, and 999 Journal.
The Abu Dhabi Police General Headquarter was also participated in an interactive competition with children.
At the end, the families of the martyrs were honored and prizes and gifts were distributed to the children.