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Международный студенческий научный вестник
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Beyond doubt, during puberty most of us either tend or just want to belong to any youth organizations for the sake of peace, stability, nature preservation, social order, cultural development, national innovations and discoveries, volunteer work spreading and its legalization under impact of inner motivation and external stimulator coming from society.

As a matter of fact, organization can be considered as a social movement based on voluntary principles which allow all participants take part in any actions, projects or programs on national or international level freely but sincerely and faithfully. The categorization of youth organizations can vary depending on participants’ interests, lifestyles, motives and priorities. Therefore, in Canada we can see a division of youth organizations on three orientations: political, social and religious. Nevertheless, they have a common mission – to inspire community involvement into national and global changes and transformations provoked by a human activity, then, to develop leadership skills and an integrated vision of environmental protection and sustainable formation of interaction and open attitude towards the diversity of social and multicultural realities, also to engage in diverse work experience and favour a healthy lifestyle in society, finally, to prepare for integration into the job market, school or college, or other life event or phenomenon.

Consequently, I can enumerate some of the most popular YOUTH CANADIAN ORGANIZATIONS due to their main purposes, exclusive prerogatives, common but actual mottos and efficient program orientation without any bigotry and forced compulsion to the youth movement: Katimavik, TUXIS, YMCA, Count me in, CYMA, Kids Help Phone, Canadian coalition for the Rights of children, Child welfare League of Canada, Wrennette Corp, National High School Rodeo Association, Shad Valley, Sumkidz, Big Doe Camp, Brandee Elliott Educational Projects, Apathy is Boring, 2537 Battlefords Army Cadets, Camp Ramah in Canada, Camp Simpresca, Camp Pathfinder, SSMC, IEG, GAF, WI, etc.

In general, all youth Canadian organizations are directed to create absolutely a new way of understanding the world through setting aspirational goals among participants.