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In 2012, the UN decided the Global Day of Parents should be celebrated on June 1. So in Europe, apart from the Mother’s, Father’s, and Children’s Day, we celebrate parents regardless of race, religion, nationality and cultural background.
We can divide people into groups in a million way and all of them want to enforce their interests and opinions. The NYCH tries to facilitate the Hungarian youth in reaching that goal – interview with Eliza Popper, the president of NYCH.