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What does YT stand for?

YT stands for Youth Together

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One of the aims of the Child-Friendly Street initiative is to bring these marginalized youth together with other local children to work toward a common goal, sharing the responsibilities and the rewards of teamwork.
Facebook and the internet are perhaps the only unifying factors that brought the youth together during the early days and weeks of the revolution, and it is from within this space that we saw the emergence of a number of youth leaders, many of whom however quickly lost touch with their base and dispersed.
Talking about the objectives of the festival, the Festival Director and the Director DEVCOM-Pakistan Munir Ahmed said, "the festival is all set to promote the concept of 'working together' for mainstreaming the climate change threats facing our frontlines, and conservation of biological diversity and forests and its role in life downstream, and to bring different stakeholders and youth together for large number of activities and for the larger and lasting impact and thirdly to showcase the culture and livelihood and ecosystem services of our mountains.
Earlier, the state government had organized several integration camps to bring youth together not just from within the states but from all over the country.
I have grown as a leader through NAM-VIP and now I am using sport to create a platform to bring youth together and build a future," she says.
People's Choir" is based on bringing Jordanian youth together to voice their complaints and worries regarding life in Jordan, as well as their ideas on how to implement positive change in the Jordanian society.
Lambert-English, a friendship centre youth herself who also attended a prior conference as a participant, said the conference brings Aboriginal youth together to network and gain knowledge.