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Mothers and fathers, teachers, nurses and doctors, government leaders and civil society activists, religious and community elders, corporate moguls and media professionals as well as young people and children themselves can play an important part in making Universal Children's Day relevant for their societies, communities and nations.

Universal Children's Day offers each of us an inspirational entry-point to advocate, promote and celebrate children's rights, translating into dialogues and actions that will build a better world for Children. We’re asking individuals, schools and corporates worldwide to go blue to help build a world where every child is in school, safe from harm and can fulfil their potential, and we know you do too.

It is also the date in 1989 when the UN General assembly adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

Since 1990, Universal Children's Day also marks the anniversary of the date that the UN General Assembly adopted both the declaration and the convention on children's rights.

Students may present work for their project which includes no more than 12 months of continuous research and may not include research performed over 18 months from the time of ISEF Fair in which they will be competing.

Local, regional, and state affiliated fairs take place throughout the year, but all will be completed by early April.

Going blue activities include: sharing our promo video for Children's day, signing the global petition and going blue in support of children’s rights in social media, and much, much more.

General requirements for a fair to affliate include: Fairs will be granted affiliation status based on meeting these requirements, as well as the overall benefit the fair offers to the students and schools in the proposed territory.

More than 600 individual and team awards are presented every year at the ISEF.

Each entry is judged at least four times with category awards given in first, second, third and fourth place.

However, students can generally start at a local school science fair and then progress on to the upper levels of competition, in which ISEF affiliated fair may be the last tier of competition.

We also want to make sure that all students who compete at ISEF have unique ideas and inventions and follow our guidelines for safe and appropriate research; both of which are checked through participation in affiliated fairs.

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