#UN441-42 – 1984 International Youth Year

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International Youth Year is intended to bring about awareness of the situation of youth, its problems and aspirations. The United Nations defines persons aged 15 to 24 years as youth. The world youth population was 738 million in 1975 and by 2000 is expected to number 1,180 million — an increase of 60%. The increase in the youth population may aggravate many of the problems young people face today, such as unemployment and lack of education, as well as inadequate health services and malnutrition.

 
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International Youth Year is intended to bring about awareness of the situation of youth, its problems and aspirations. The United Nations defines persons aged 15 to 24 years as youth. The world youth population was 738 million in 1975 and by 2000 is expected to number 1,180 million — an increase of 60%. The increase in the youth population may aggravate many of the problems young people face today, such as unemployment and lack of education, as well as inadequate health services and malnutrition.