World Youth Skills Day: 15th July
Q. When is the World Youth Skills Day observed?- Published on 17 Jul 17
a. July 14
b. July 15
c. July 16
d. July 17
ANSWER: July 15
The World Youth Skills Day is observed globally on 15 July every year to raise awareness about the importance of investing in youth skills development.
Observance of the day aims to create more awareness on training and the development of skills for the youth of today and also create better employment opportunities for the youth.
2017 Theme is “Skills for All”.
It is aimed at creating awareness that everyone should have the opportunity to discover and develop their talents. It also spreads message of creating a more prosperous future through skills.
On the occasion, United Nations along with WorldSkills.org have organised campaigns #SkillsForAll and #WYSD.
These campaigns aim to raise awareness about the importance of youth developing skills.
The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) had established World Youth Skills Day in November 2014 to raise awareness about the importance of investing in youth skills development. UNGA: Know More
- Abbreviation: GA UNGA AG
- Formation: 1945
- Type: Principal organ
- Legal status: Active
- Head & President: Fiji Peter Thomson
- Parent organization: United Nations (UN)
- Website: www.un.org/ga