World Youth Day (10/11)

Every year, young people around the world widely celebrate their holidays and events. International Youth Day is celebrated on August 12, Russian boys and girls celebrate Youth Day on June 27.

November 10 is World Youth Day (WYD), which is established in honor of the founding of the World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY) (World Federation of Democratic Youth, WFDY). This event took place at the World Youth Conference held October 29 - November 10, 1945 in London.

This historic conference was convened at the initiative of the World Youth Council, which was created during World War II to fight fascism. For the first time, the conference brought together representatives of the international youth movement, which united more than 30 million young people of different political ideologies and religions, youth of more than 63 nationalities.