Y20 Summit in India: India's presidency to promote global young leadership and collaboration
India is hosting the Y20 Summit for the first time
The themes, logo, and website of the Y20 Summit India will be unveiled officially in New Delhi on Friday.
The Y20 Summit is being held in India for the first time. The Y20 is a leadership summit for young professionals from G20 countries. The aim is to develop policy solutions to current global concerns.
India's main objective in the Youth20 Engagement Group is to bring together young leaders from all across the world to explore concepts for a brighter future and create an action plan.
The January 6 event will consist of two sessions: Unveiling of the logo, website, and theme by Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports Anurag Singh Thakur and Young Achievers Panel Discussions. The main topic of the panel discussions will be how India can use its young population to become a powerhouse, along with the participants' individual success stories.
During India's G20 presidency, the Y20 will concentrate on initiatives that promote global young leadership and collaboration. There will be pre-summits on each of the five Y20 topics over the course of the next eight months, as well as numerous discussions and seminars at universities around India. These events will all lead up to the final Youth20 Summit.
According to the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports , the G20 Presidency for India heralds the start of "Amritkaal," the 25-year period starting from the 75th anniversary of its independence on August 15, 2022, leading up to the 100th anniversary of its independence.
At the global level, India is making a substantial contribution to the search for practical answers that fully realize Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam's ideal of holistic well-being.