They will make a huge difference in society and the entire world. They are problem solvers, have a positive influence on other young people and the nation, and are extremely ambitious.They have the ability to create an identity for themselves and move the nation forward.
The ones whom are destroying their future, they tend to listen to their fellow youths.
They will make them understand the importance of a good education.
They need to learn skills to do the job that their country’s economy needs.
They also need to know how to read, write, think, understand, analyse, and discuss the issues their country faces.
The Conversation UK receives funding from these organisations View the full list Students around the world are walking out of school once more, as part of ongoing strikes to protest governments’ inaction on climate change.
Since August 2018, tens of thousands of young people have taken part in strikes across Sweden, Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, Canada and Australia.
The movement continues to grow, with fresh protests occurring in the UK and elsewhere.
Today’s young people are the first generation to have lived their entire lives under the threat of catastrophic climate change.
The role of the youths towards the nation building First of all we have that the youths are the period between childhood and adulthood.
Secondly, the nation is a country considered as a group of people living in a certain territory under one Government.