Role of Youth in Nation Building Essay

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  • Importance Of Moral Education

    It is true that youth have got energy, skill, hopes, and dreams and along with those the determination and exuberance but they also lack proper and critical thinking. Thus youth which could have been the pioneer of some world-changing act may very well become world-destroying terrorists. Thus, here lies the role of a nation and its government in guiding the youth to the correct way of living and in utilizing their vital energy and desire for the betterment of the nation. For this, proper education system and good political situation is required. Moral education is a must for this as well. If youth can be motivated and educated the right way, they surely can spearhead the progress of a nation and make the world a better place to…

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  • Importance Of Youth Essay

    ‘A nation whose youth are endowed with self as strong and hard as steel No need of piercing swords in war Such people brave can ever feel.’ Today youth is the powerful weapon we have, which can be utilised to all those works which are undone yet. Everyone knows that the youth is an asset of a nation because Youth is the building blocks of a country. It is a reality that the progress of a county is in the hands of its youth. The stronger the youth, the more developed country will be. The…

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  • The Importance Of The National Drug Control Strategy

    The National Drug Control Strategy is revised each year by the President of the United States. The United States has been fighting a losing war against drugs for decades. In hopes for a winning war against drugs, the main strategies for the nation’s illicit drug use is to stop the use of drugs before it starts by educating the youth, reduce the health and social costs of illicit drug use, reduce drug related- crime and violence, shield America’s air, land, and sea frontiers from the drug threat,…

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  • The Importance Of Youth Involvement In The Community

    circle. A shocking lack of teen involvement in places once the pride of the youths who participated in them has gripped the nation… nay, the world! Let’s face it- being involved in the community as a teen has become stigmatized. Their peers view it as a frivolity, and an unnecessary distraction from time they believe would be better spent playing Fortnite or Snapchatting. In all reality, I myself think that, sometimes. But, this mindset is only semi-permanent. If teens were offered positions or…

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  • Importance Of Peace In The World

    when a nation or country battles with insecurity or fear initially they feel threatened and this leads to the country going to war either on the defensive or offensive side, but humans fail to see that its fear, or rather refuse to recognise the fear but if only we were able to achieve this and recognize the fact that we remain divided because fear divides us as a nation. Think about the irrational behaviour, fear to bring out of us and with such behaviour in most cases, the conflict will result…

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  • Effects Of Cannabis On Youth

    percentage of Canadian youth who report using cannabis has been cited as the highest in the developed world (Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse, 2016b). According to United Nations Children’s Fund Office of Research, in 2013 twenty-eight percent of Canadian Children aged 11 to 15 admitted to using cannabis at least once in the past year. The Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse (CCSA) (2016b) reported as much as 7% of adolescents smoke marijuana every single day; making Canadian youth top cannabis…

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  • Hitler's Change In The Film: Triumph Of The Will

    indicate Hitler’s arrival to the rally and the sequence consist of several aspect of dramatization. It shows the sky, then modern architecture, marching, masses from Hitler’s point of view from the plane. Later Hitler exits from the plane as the nation waits for him with sheer anticipation and enthusiasm. Parallels are made between Hitler 's arrival through the skies, and the descent of a God, coming to meet his people. Leni Riefenstahl uses poetic attributes to construct certain meaning.…

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  • The Effects Of Community Outreach Community

    attention to community outreach to help build relationships with youth and adults, increase community police academies and prevent crimes. Certain demographics look at police brutality as a controversial causes of…

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  • Challenges Of Urbanization In Ethiopia

    Such a high growth rate of Ethiopian urban centers presents enormous challenges to the nation. One of the developmental challenges facing urban Ethiopia today is unemployment. While there is little improvement in urban unemployment reduction, the overall performance in employment creation remained less. Unemployment is total number of able men and women of working age seeking paid work and it is one of the several socio-economic problems prevailing in virtually all countries of the world. It…

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  • Postcolonial Identity In Yuva By Mani Ratnam

    different social and regional backgrounds, highlighting different roles/identities being played out during the course of the movie and how these identities synthesize by the end of it. For Benedict Anderson, nation “is an imagined political community--and imagined as both inherently limited and sovereign" (Anderson 1983). Aligning with the inference that nationhood is a social construct, we see the three central characters, each trying to blend into this imagined community. On one hand, Lallan…

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