May 2 is National Youth Day. The observance of this day is established by Law No. 425/2004. In Romania, May 2 has been designated as National Youth Day since 2005.
This holiday decree bill was initiated in 2004 by 15 deputies representing all parliamentary political parties.
May 2 – National Youth Day: What is organized on this day
According to the law, on this occasion, social, cultural, artistic and sports activities are organized and presented through the media targeting areas of interest to young people.
The authorities of the central and local public administration with responsibilities in the field of youth provide material, financial and organizational support for the events that mark this day.
The law also stipulates that from April 26 to May 2, the Romanian Broadcasting Corporation and the Romanian Television Corporation will broadcast programs on youth issues.
This day bill was initiated in 2004, by 15 deputies representing all parliamentary political parties.
The legislative proposal was rejected by the Senate on April 1, 2004, and the legislative proposal was adopted by the plenary session of the Chamber of Deputies, the decision-making body in this case, on October 5, 2004, Law No. The 425th was approved to establish this day on October 25, 2004.
What city is the youth capital of Romania in 2022
Since 2016, every year, a Romanian city has been awarded the title of the capital of Romanian youth. It operates on principles similar to the European Youth Capital.
Since 2016, every year, a city in Romania has been awarded the title of Youth Capital of Romania. The Romanian Youth Capital operates on principles similar to those of the European Youth Capital, being a national youth program, aimed at developing youth ecosystems in Romanian regions in general and in urban areas in particular.
This city is named after a concept competition, and the winning city is financially supported, respectively through training and consultancy, in order to implement the initiatives in the application file, according to the portal www.capitatineretului.ro.
Timiشوارoara was the first city designated as the youth capital of Romania, which held this status between May 2, 2016 and May 1, 2017, the 2017 edition of the program taking place under the High Patronage of the President of Romania, Klaus Iohannis. Starting May 2, 2017, the capital of Romanian youth was the city of Bacău, until May 1, 2018.
In November 2017, during the second edition of the Youth Summit, held in Bacau, Baia Mare was chosen as the Romanian Youth Capital for the period May 2, 2018-1 May 2019.
In November 2018, Iaşi was designated the Romanian Youth Capital in 2019, at the Romanian Youth Gala, an event hosted by the Baia Mare Sports Hall. “#Rises!” It was the concept by which the city of Iai received the mandate of the New Youth Capital, which was held between May 2, 2019 and May 1, 2020.
The capital of Romanian youth between May 2, 2020 and May 1, 2022 was the city of Constanta, the title given during the 6th edition of the Romanian Youth Concert, held in Iai in October 2019, for the winning concept #ComeToSEAus.
How was the capital of the Roman youth set?
On December 2, 2021, during the Cluj Youth Ceremony, organized in Cluj-Napoca, the city of Targu Jiu, online, the capital of Romanian youth, was designated for the 2023 edition, and the mandate will take place between January 1, 2023 and December 31, 2023.
In this context, the George County Residence Municipality draws attention to the concept of #YouthURL (UnLearn, ReLearn, Learn), which is an essential pillar in the learning process, according to https://capitatineretului.ro/.
The priorities for this program, #YouthURL, are organized into four business directions: wellbeing, youth work, youth ecosystem and youth perspectives, according to the source quoted.
In 2022, on the occasion of National Youth Day, in the county residences, but also in other places, local authorities in cooperation with other local agents and with NGOs dedicated to youth organize various events, concerts, specific seminars, conferences and competitions in order to highlight the importance of youth in society.
From July 24-30, 2022, in Banska Bystrica (Slovakia), the European Youth Olympic Festival (FOTE) 2022 for summer sports will be held, in which Romania will participate with a group of 93 athletes, including 32 men and 61 women, according to the Facebook page of the Olympic and Sports Committee. Romanian.
Romanian Young Olympians compete in eight out of the ten sports of the competition: athletics, cycling, artistic gymnastics, women’s handball, swimming, judo, tennis, and women’s volleyball. Badminton and basketball complete the list of sports on the competition programme, according to the Council for Scientific and Social Research.
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