The youth of a country is like a blessing they can dream and makeevery dream comes true.
International Youth Day is a momentous occasioncelebrated on 12th August to spread awareness andconsciousness of engaging and encouraging participation ofthe upcoming generation in the future. The First InternationalYouth Day was celebrated in 1999 after the United Nations GeneralAssembly (UNGA) passed a resolution accepting therecommendations of the World Ministers; Meeting on Youth in Lisbon.The day aims to achieve Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship,Youth Participation in Decision-Making, Mental Health and Well-beingand Education and Skills Development. When young people areempowered, they can unleash their creativity and energy to tacklevarious challenges, ranging from environmental issues and poverty topromoting equality and social justice. The International Youth Day 2022The theme will be focused on creating a better world for our future generation.
- 2016: Youth Leading Sustainability
- 2017: Youth Building Peace.
- 2018: Safe Spaces for Youth.
- 2019: Transforming Education.
- 2020: Youth Engagement for Global Action
- 2021: Transforming Food Systems: Youth Innovation for Human and Planetary Health.
2023 the theme focuses on GREEN SKILLS FOR YOUTH:TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE WORLD. Green skills are to developabilities, values, and the importance of sustainable development andresource-efficient society. Using technical skills and creativeknowledge to achieve the objective of a better society.
On this International Youth Day, let us collectively commit toempowering the leaders of tomorrow.
“The world's biggest strength lies in the youth.”
AS EXPRESSED BY SWAMI VIVEKANAND “THE YOUTHOFTODAY IF EQUIPPED PROPERLY WILL BE THE FUTURE OF TOMORROW.
Student Name : Oma Sharma
Class : 12 Deneb