Toulouse. The Capitol in blue for children’s rights day
In Toulouse, the Capitol lit up in blue during the evening of Saturday, November 20 to highlight the rights of the child. The Pink City took part in an action by Unicef. Cahors, Montpellier and Paris also took part.
The Pink City turns blue for one evening. The Capitole in Toulouse was illuminated with a blue light during the evening of Saturday, November 20. This is how the city takes part in the operation Highlighting children’s rights from Unicef. Blue is the color of the NGO.
Unicef will celebrate its 75th anniversary. For the occasion, she invited cities to light up in blue for World Children’s Day on November 20. This operation is relayed on social networks with the hashtags #EnBleuPourUnicef and #JourneeMondialeDeLenfance. Several cities took part, such as Montpellier, Cahors, or even Paris, which with the Eiffel Tower.
On the occasion of the #ChildhoodDay Cahors, “City friendly to children” illuminates #InBleuForUNICEF the Valentré bridge and the Saint-Etienne cathedral. # 20November #IlluminateChildren’sRights pic.twitter.com/Q3ZNeZCv1m
– Cahors Agglo (@Cahors_Agglo) 20 November 2021
To reward the #WorldChildrenDay, and to remind people of the importance of defending and protecting the rights of ALL children, I light up tonight #EnbleupforUNicef ??
?? @UNICEF_france / Guillaume Binet#Eiffel Tower #UNicef pic.twitter.com/xr62RlnT2E
– The Eiffel Tower (@LaTourEiffel) 20 November 2021
The Opéra Comédie en bleu from November 15 to 21, during Right to Awakening Week. This initiative #InBleuForUNICEF recalls that it is essential for everyone to mobilize to guarantee the right of each child to live in dignity, to flourish, to learn and to achieve 👧👦🔵 pic.twitter.com/i9Y6Cce9Q9
– City of Montpellier (@montpellier_) November 13, 2021
As the tenth International Children’s Rights Day approached, the city of Toulouse had organized two days of entertainment, on November 4 and 5, for young audiences and families on the Place du Capitole as well.