Muscat, Mar 24 (ONA)---The National Youth Commission (NYC), represented by Studies and Research Committee, met today with a number of legal specialists, representing the Ministry of Legal Affairs, Ministry of Justice, the State Council, Majlis A'Shura, the National Human Rights Commission and a number of legal advisors and lawyers to discuss ways of activating the legal aspects of the Committee's terms of reference.
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NYC stands for National Youth Commission
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Students get tickets Meanwhile, the National Youth Commission (NYC) has distributed 2,000 tickets to local schools in Muscat.
The advisor assured the delegation that he would forward their recommendations including of National Youth Commission to higher authorities for consideration.
In 2005, the Korean Government established The National Youth Commission with a mandate to propose general policy and program initiatives for adolescents in trouble, with substance use as one issue to be addressed.
With the growing ICT awareness and development, the government recently inaugurated the board of the National Youth Commission which, according to Baah Wiredu "will produce, mould, and nurture the youth of Ghana to be very bold, literate, innovative, responsible, hard-working and resourceful.
The National Youth Commission was established in 1966 to offer vocational services such as helping applicants network with employers, providing vocational guidance, and facilitating relationships between employers and employees.
The National Youth Commission currently is pioneering a rehabilitation and entrepreunership skills development program in three prisons -- Durban Westville (KZN), Thohoyandou (Northern Province) and Hawequa (Western Cape) -- via satellite television.