youth movement

NOUN
  1. political or religious or social reform movement or agitation consisting chiefly of young people
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How To Use youth movement In A Sentence

  • In this ideological age, the youth movements displayed no small measure of dogmatism and elitism.
  • The recent detention of two cyber-activists and youth leaders in Azerbaijan this past week has caused consternation among bloggers and activists inside and outside Azerbaijan, and now a video campaign has been set off to call the Azeri government into action to release both youth movement leaders: Adnan Hajizada and Emin Milli. Global Voices in English » Azerbaijan: Video Campaign to Release Detained Activists
  • Despite the impressive array of speakers that had been assembled from youth movements throughout Britain and Europe, there was little disagreement or debate from the panel.
  • I imagine all this talk about a "climate movement" or a "youth movement" can sound rather loosey-goosey to hardened, sophisticated politicos on the left. Jamie Henn: As the World Burns: New Yorker examines Senate's climate fail
  • THE Niger Delta Youth Movement (NDYM) has condemned what it called moves to blackmail Vanguard
  • Sun Green cleverly hijacks the media with her own message to become a leader of a new youth movement.
  • They are accused of organising and financing an underground youth movement.
  • Fourthly, to return to the youth movement.
  • They are accused of organising and financing an underground youth movement.
  • Meanwhile. the OL! blog says that the Albanian Mjaft! youth movement has joined dozens of other international organizations and groups in decrying the detention of the activist-bloggers. Global Voices in English » Azerbaijan: Bloggers’ appeal rejected
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