In order to bring attention to cultural and legal issues surrounding youth around the world, the United Nations has created International Youth Day
International Youth Day (IYD) is an youth awareness day. It is the brainchild of the United Nations, and was first celebrated on 12th August 2000, after the UN General Assembly passed a resolution. The day is also observed in 18 countries on many different dates throughout the year. The UN defines the worlds' youth as the age group between 15 and 24 years old, making up one-sixth of the human population. It is celebrated all around the world with an objective to raise awareness about issues to recognize the efforts of the world's youth in enhancing global society. It also aims to promote ways to engage them in responsible and active ways so that they can make positive contributions to their communities.
Minis pou jèn, Espò ak Aksyon Civic, Jimmy ALBERT procécé a enstale Sabine Martelly kòm nouvo Sekretè nan Leta a pou jèn, Espò ak Aksyon Civic, Lendi 14 desanm 2015. Sabine Martelly pran avantaj nan pou tou envite paran yo, edikatè yo, associations jèn yo, nasyonal ak patnè entènasyonal pou l kontinye ankadreman enpòtan segman sa nan popilasyon an.
Sabine Martelly, new Secretary of State for Youth, Sports and Civic l`Action
Minister of Youth, Sports and Civic Action, Jimmy has ALBERT procécé to install Sabine Martelly as the new Secretary of State for Youth, Sports and Civic Action, this Monday, December 14, 2015 to the Annex to MJSAC Brothers. Sabine Martelly also invites parents, educators, youth associations, national and international partners to continue to frame this important segment of the population.