Association of Youth Organization of World Armenian Congress

Association of Youth Organizations of World Armenian Congress Armenian: Համաշխարհային Հայկական Կոնգրես Երիտասարդական Կազմակերպությունների Ասոցիացիա, (September 17, 2006), is the one of the top level youth representation body in Armenia covering the World Armenian Congress. It operates with pan-Armenian Youth NGOs. It claims on its website that, "Association of Youth Organizations works" to empower young people to participate actively in the shaping of Armenia and the societies in which they live, and in improving the living conditions of young people as Best Armenian citizens in today’s world.

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