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On 12 august we mark International youth day! The International youth day is an initiative of the United Nations. More info:

from Forbes

Kofi Annan on International Youth Day: Let The Young Lead


International Youth Day: "Young people are a wellspring of ideas for innovation. They are today’s thinkers, problem-solvers and catalysts for peace" Irina Bokova, Director General


Happy Youth Day! Today the whole world is celebrating the International Youth Day! Why? To show YOU, that every person has a voice - no matter how old you are! To celebrate this, we want you to become our Youth Ambassador! Just send us an email to: We are looking forward to your email! #FunFact: Our initiator is also a Youth! For more information on how to become a Warless World Ambassador visit:

from The Huffington Post

Championing the Empowerment of Young Women - on International Youth Day and Beyond

I was thrilled to receive a book signing invitation recently from a long-time friend, colleague, and champion of women's empowerment issues, Ritu Sharma....


International Youth Day: Mental Health And Chronic Pain - #paindoctor #painmedicine #chronicpain

12 August: International Youth Day: let us acknowledge the power for peace and development of young women and men across the world. Young people will inherit the world tomorrow, but they are already changing it today.

2013 International Youth Day: Youth Migration, Moving Development Forward: 12 August. The theme is "Youth Migration: Moving Development Forward ." Raises awareness of the opportunities and risks associated with youth migration, share knowledge and information stemming from recent research and analysis on this topic, and engage young people in discussions on their migration experiences.

NEW YORK, USA, 10 August 2012 –THE POWER OF YOUTH - CELEBRATING INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY -- The number of young people globally has never been higher. According to the United Nation’s Population Fund (UNFPA), there are 1.8 billion young people in the world today. For most of them, life is not easy. About half of young people survive on less than $2 a day, millions are out of school and many more face unemployment.....Photo credit: Dennis Brussaard/2012