International Day of Families.
International Day of Families, celebrated annually on May 15, was proclaimed by UN General Assembly resolution 47/237 in 1993.
The establishment of this day aims to draw the attention of the public to many problems of the family. And its implementation provides an opportunity to raise awareness in matters relating to families, and to deepen knowledge of the socio-economic and demographic processes that affect the situation of families.
According to the UN, when the basic rights of one family are violated – the unity of the entire human family of which they are members is at risk.
Thanks to the family, the state is growing stronger and developing, and the well-being of the people is growing. At all times, the development of the country was judged by the position of the family in society and the state in relation to it.
A person’s life begins with a family, and here he is formed as a citizen. The family is a source of love, respect, solidarity and affection, something on which any civilized society is built, without which a person cannot exist. The well-being of the family is the measure of the development and progress of the country.