BRICS International Youth Forum emphasised the imperative of strong ties between the young people

The three-day BRICS Youth Forum-2015 was held at the Russian Centre of Science and Culture (RCSC) in New Delhi with a clarion call for effective global youth tie-up.

Source: RCSC

The three-day BRICS Youth Forum-2015 was held at the Russian Centre of Science and Culture (RCSC) in New Delhi with a clarion call for effective global youth tie-up.

The Forum was organised by the Russian Centre of Science and Culture jointly with the International Federation of Indo-Russian Youth Clubs, Russian Union of Youth and with the knowledgeable support of the BRICS Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs.

The delegates of the BRICS Youth Forum proceeded to Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti, the venue of Mahatma Gandhi’s Last Prayer, to pay homage to the Father of Nation on the Martyr’s Day after the conclusion of the Forum. The delegates had the privilege of meeting the Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi there.

The Resolution adopted on the concluding day focussed on the creation of a world-wide youth dialogue, communication tools and formation of a permanent platform for interaction between youth associations of BRICS countries, ensuring effective investment in youth professional potential of the BRICS countries. Experts and participants stressed that the above tasks acquired relevance. They also expressed the need for development of a programme of dialogue between young people, which should be the basis for a new strategy of developing cooperation among BRICS counties.

Source: RCSC

In this context, the participants identified such facets as establishing a Working Group for creating BRICS Youth Council, marking Youth Policy as a priority for interaction between BRICS countries, establishing a Coordination Council of Youth Programmes in BRICS, forming a specialized Unified Communication Centre, creating a Division of the Development Bank of the BRICS, organising a System of Youth Internships, developing a Plan of Cooperation within the BRICS, and developing Inter-Cultural and Inter-Ethnic Dialogue, promoting public harmony and tolerance among youth of BRICS countries.

The results of the Delhi BRICS Youth Forum have been already sent to Moscow by Tatyana Seliverstova, Head of the International Department, Russian Union of Youth, Russia, and according to her, both President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, who participates in the BRICS Summit in Ufa, Russia, in July, 2015, will meet the BRICS Youth Delegations.

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