Union Minister Shri Anurag Singh Thakur to launch the themes of Y20 summit, logo and website in the curtain raiser event of Y20 Summit India on 6th January 2023
The activities to be undertaken as part of Y20 will focus on global youth leadership and partnership
— For the next 8 months, there will be Pre summits on the five Y20(Youth 20) themes along with various discussions and seminars at different Universities across states in India in a run up to the final Youth-20 Summit
— India’s key focus is to bring young leaders from all across the globe together and discuss ideas for a better tomorrow and draft an agenda for action
Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports Shri Anurag Singh Thakur will launch the themes of Y20 summit, logo and website in the Curtain raiser event of Y20 Summit India on 6th January 2023 at Akashwani Rang Bhawan New Delhi. India is hosting the Y20 summit for the first time.
The event of 6th January will be divided into two sessions: – In first session, logo launch, website launch, release of theme will take place by Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, Shri Anurag Singh Thakur. In the second session, panel discussions (young achievers) will take place. Panel discussions will be anchored around how India can harness its youth population to be a superpower and discuss the personal success stories of the panelists.
In Youth20 Engagement Group, India’s key focus is to bring young leaders from all across the globe together and discuss ideas for a better tomorrow and draft an agenda for action.
The activities to be undertaken by Y20 during our presidency will focus on global youth leadership and partnership. For the next 8 months, there will be Pre summits on the five Y20 themes along with various discussions and seminars at different Universities across states in India in a run up to the final Youth-20 Summit.
For India, the G20 Presidency also marks the beginning of “Amritkaal”, the 25-year period beginning from the 75th anniversary of its independence on 15 August 2022, leading up to the centenary of its independence, towards a futuristic, prosperous, inclusive and developed society, distinguished by a human-centric approach at its core. India is playing a significant role in finding workable solutions at the international level to ensure holistic well-being embodying the idea of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam.
Union minister reviews preparations for Y20 Group meet in Guwahati
Guwahati, Jan 5: Union minister for information, broadcasting and youth affairs and sports, Anurag Singh Thakur on Thursday reviewed preparations for the inception meeting of the Youth20 (Y20) Group to be held here from February 6 to 8, 2023.
This is the first of the various summits to be held on the five Y20 themes in different universities across states in the country during the run-up to the final Youth-20 Summit.
More than 250 delegates from across the world are expected to participate in the three-day event in Assam.
In this connection, Thakur visited various venues of the Y20 events here, such as IIT Guwahati, Sankardev Kalakshetra, etc and held discussions with state government officials and other stakeholders.
The minister stressed on active participation of youths in the event, where cultural traditions would be exchanged and that the review was done on subjects such as peace process, conflict zone, etc.
“The G20 Summit 2023 to be hosted by India will showcase how the country has performed in various sectors and what it plans to do in future. In this connection, the first meeting of the Y20 group of youths will be held at Guwahati next month,” he said.
The Y20 India Summit in 2023 will exemplify India’s youth-centric efforts and provide an opportunity to showcase its values and policy measures.
The themes selected for the summit will showcase Indian leadership on these issues to both global and domestic audiences and help fulfill India’s vision of making the G20 summit truly participative in nature.
Youth20 is one of the eight official engagement groups under the G20 umbrella.
The G20 rotating presidency bears the responsibility of hosting the youth summit, which usually takes place some weeks prior to the traditional forum to know what the youths are thinking and incorporate their suggestions in their own policy proposals.
It is an attempt to create a connecting point between G20 governments and their local youth.
G20 Youth Conclave was organised by India’s G20 Youth Delegation
Today, G20 Youth Conclave was organised by India’s G20 Youth Delegation in collab with @studomatrix and Meerut Public School, Main Wing. Prominent speakers Amb.Deepak Vohra ji, Mr Ashok Srivastava ji and Falit Sijariya indulged with the students in Interactive sessions.