“We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future.”- Roosevelt
International Youth Day gives an opportunity to celebrate and mainstream young peoples’ voices, actions, and initiatives, as well as their meaningful, universal and equitable engagement. On 12th August every year the importance of youth participation and engagement in political, economic, and social life and processes at the local, national and global levels enriching and drawing lessons on how their representation and engagement in formal institutional politics can be significantly enhanced. Presidians were schooled about the day with full ardor. They virtually shared speeches, poems, and the significance of the day. They also conversed about what they aspire to be. Students enthusiastically shared slogans on the youth of the nation to arise and awakened and made posters with a passion to bring about a change as the youth of today are the leaders of tomorrow.