Youth Parliament Program

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Youth Parliament Program (India)
AbbreviationYPP
FormationOctober 2, 2016[1]
FocusEducation, Health, Agricultural, Political, Electoral, Public Policy, Decentralization, Judicial, Reforms .
HeadquartersHyderabad, India
LeaderDr. Jayaprakash Narayan (YPP) Adviser, Raghavender Ravi (YPP) Founder/Coordinator)[2]
Parent organisation
Youth for Better India[3] & Foundation for Democratic Reforms[4]
Websitewww.yppindia.in

The Youth Parliament Program (YPP) is a youth organisation in the India. initiative by Youth for Better India[5] and India's Future Foundation [6] Foundation for Democratic Reforms[7] under the leadership of Dr. Jayaprakash Narayan[8] for the youth to speak up and make an impact on the change agenda for the country. To take on the policymakers in India. The Youth Parliament Program would be a debate between the best debaters and policy makers and opinion makers. The platform will inspire the youth to express their views in an organized way. It will also allow for the emergence of bright future leaders To Create Awareness and Empower Youth though Youth parliament sessions[9] where Youth can come together, think, discuss and debate on various issues Education and Health , Electoral and Political Reforms, Judicial & Police Reforms, Local Governments & Citizen-cantered governance, Governance Reforms, Instruments of Accountability, Public Policy Reforms of India that facing India to build better future for youth. preparing solutions for problems India facing now through Youth Parliament sessions and advocate for new policies and solutions to major policies.

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