Politics - Society Thứ năm, 26/03/2020 15:46

Creating a premise for youth to actively integrate

Today, March 26, is an important and meaningful milestone marking 89 years of construction, growth, and dedication of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union. In the exciting atmosphere of the Youth Month, millions of youth union members and young people across the country have been participating in specific and practical patriotic emulation movements of all aspects.


Over the past 89 years, under the leadership of the Party, guided and trained by the beloved Uncle Ho, the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union has gradually asserted its revolutionary spirit, loyalty to the Party and the nation,becoming a key political force of the Vietnamese youth, and the Party’s trusted backup team.

Through movements and campaigns launched by the Youth Union, generations of young people from all walks of life have affirmed, preserved and promoted the glorious tradition of the Vietnamese youth. It is the passionate patriotism, pioneering will, and willingness to take on and fulfill new and difficult assigned tasks, the spirit of studiousness, hard work, creativity, solidarity, readiness to master modern science and technology; and confidence in international integration.

In recent years, the Youth Union at all levels has actively researched and renovated the content and methods of political, ideological, ethical and lifestyle education, suitable to many different types of young people in association with promoting the study of and adherence to President Ho Chi Minh's ideology, morality and style.

At the same time, many forums, programmes and contests using both traditional and digital means have been deployed to regularly exchange and orient young people in political and social issues; and to contribute to protecting the Party's ideological foundation, fighting against wrong, distorted and hostile views; thereby, protecting the legitimate rights and interests of young people.

However, there are still a number of young people who are not yet firm in their political spirit, far from the revolutionary ideal, have a selfi