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THE United Nations declared 1985 International Youth Year.
This championship, held by the Tunisian Chess Federation in collaboration with the Arab Chess Union (ACU) under the aegis of the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Physical Education, is part of the celebration of International Youth Year proclaimed by the United Nations at the initiative of President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.
The meeting will be held for two days on youth and reducing poverty with association of International Youth Year and Economic and Social Council for 2011 on Poverty Reduction.
7, 2010 (TAP) - The 7th International Conference on Sports, Education and Culture, held December 5-7 in Durban (South Africa) on the motto "Giving a Voice to Youths ", devoted its three plenary sessions to the International Youth Year.
Damascus, (SANA) _The International Youth Year Festivity 2010-2011 proclaimed by the United Nations (UN) under the title 'Dialogue and Mutual Understanding' on Tuesday started activities at Rida Said Conference Center in Damascus with the participation of several local and international bodies.
The Forum is timed for the official launch of the International Youth Year on August 12 and held by \"Republican Union of Youth\" public association, in partnership and with financial support from the Government, the Ministry of Youth Affairs, UNDP, Soros Foundation-Kyrgyzstan.
The proposition of Tunisia's First Lady is in line with the efforts made at Arab and international levels to fulfill the objectives of the millennium in matters of development, updating of results and recommendations of the second phase of the World Summit on the Information Society (Tunis, 2005) and notably ''the commitment of Tunis and the "agenda of Tunis", not to mention the proclamation of 2010 as international youth year.
The symposium, which is part of International Youth Year, is to revolve around three main axes namely "Youth and the Changing References," "Youth and Digital Revolution" and "Youth and Political Participation.