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Why International Youth Day?

Youth are often associated with qualities like never-ending Zest for life with this ardent vigor to do the impossible. This untapped potential is being squandered by the Youths due to the lack of proper guidance and mentorship. The most common problems faced by the youths are peer pressure, where they go to extremes to be accepted by the society, substance abuse, drugs, and alcohol. This prodigal lifestyle often hinders the further development essential to survive in the real world. The youth lack employable communication and entrepreneurial skills also the lack of basic civic engagement. These problems have led to an alarming increase in the suicide rate of youth. With this regard, TYCL initiated many innovative programs such as Youth Help Line, Youth Resource Centre and INAGI which has proven to be a huge hit and of tremendous support to the young minds. The International YouthDay is being celebrated globally on the 12th of August, and our organization takes this opportunity to bring awareness and social responsibility to the youth of Pondicherry, Villupuram, and Cuddalore. TYCL joining hands with #UN4Youth and promoting “Safe Spaces for Youth” as the theme of this year identified by United Nations General Assembly. (

"Ratham" - A step towards accessibility

Ratham is an expression of unexpressed emotions of a girl with dream and disability. A story of a young girl with a disability and her constraints in accessing places in the city such as toilet, college, Govt. offices, and restaurant. This short film exhibits the day to day struggle of a girl with dream and disability and how she is handling the situation and what is her questions towards mainstream society and Government. This short film also projects the how rights of persons with disabilities have been denied in terms of accessibility.

A film by Director of “Makku” & “Kanam” Mr. Imam Jaffer. The concept and initiative of Dream Space Creations and jointly produced by Satya Special School and Trust for Youth and Child Leadership (TYCL).

Young Social Change Maker Award 2017

Many Youth today are serving as agents of change in the society in various capacities with the sole purpose of giving back to the community without expecting any kind of publicity. Our organization in an effort to applaud their altruistic nature and motivate the upcoming generation to uphold the same selfless values of giving back to the society. TYCL provide the “Young Social Change Maker Award” from the year 2015 onwards. We have had amazing responses and positive feedback from the previous years. With a variety of different nominations addressing different social issues, we give the opportunity to many people. This year we are calling for nominations from Puducherry, Cuddalore, and Villupuram. read more.

"An Inseparable Love" - A book launch

TYCL is a launch pad for young people innovation and their creativity. Ms, Prajisha Jayaprakasan is a proud egalitarian who thrives to bring a change through her writings. An Engineer by day and a sleep-deprived writer by night, Prajisha is an avid escapist from the world seeking help through books, music, and coffee. Eccendentesiast outside and a hopeless romantic inside. Popularly known as the “Romance Scribbler” by her pals, Prajisha believes commas than full stops. This exceptional creativity from the young girl has to be recognized in this special occasion, we are happy and proud to launch this Short storybook “An Inseparable Love” by Ms, Prajisha Jayaprakasan on the occasion of International Youth Day Celebration 2018.