Question 1: This artwork was created at the headquarters of the United Nations. Which city is it in?
- New York City
Correct Answer: New York City
Fact: The UN headquarters is a complex of buildings perched along New York City's East River in midtown Manhattan. Last month the UN celebrated its 70th year here. The grounds are home to this huge (we're talking more than 100,000 square feet!) painting called 'World in Progress II' created by Saype.
Question 2: Which country has the largest percentage of children in its population?
Correct Answer: Niger
Fact: Children (age 14 and under) make up more than 50% of Niger's total population.
Question 3: When did the UN adopt the Declaration of the Rights of the Child?
Correct Answer: 1959
Fact: Adopted 63 years ago today, the declaration was the first comprehensive international agreement on the principal tenets of children's rights.