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    WFDY News

    Jan
    08
    2009

    Festivals

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    17th World Festival of Youth and Students, 2010, Tshwane (South Africa)

    Slogan: “Let’s defeat imperialism, for a world of peace, solidarity and social transformation!”

    Participants: 15.000 from 126 countries

    1 16th World Festival of Youth and Students, 2005, Caracas

    Slogan: “For Peace and Solidarity, We struggle against Imperialism and War!”

    Participants: 17.000 from 144 countries

    1 15th World Festival of Youth and Students, 2001, Algiers

    Slogan: “Let’s globalize the struggle for Peace, Solidarity, Development, against Imperialism”

    1 14th World Festival of Youth and Students, 1997, Havana

    Slogan: “For anti-imperialist Solidarity, Peace and Friendship”

    Participants: 12.325 from 136 countries

    1 13th World Festival of Youth and Students, 1989,Pyongyang

    Slogan: “For anti-imperialist Solidarity, Peace and Friendship”

    Participants: 22.000 from 177 countries

    1 12th World Festival of Youth and Students, 1985, Moscow

    Slogan: “For anti-imperialist Solidarity, Peace and Friendship”

    Participants: 26.000 from 157 countries

    1 11th World Festival of Youth and Students, 1978, Havana

    Slogan: “For anti-imperialist Solidarity, Peace and Friendship”

    Participants: 18.500 from 145 countries

    1 10th World Festival of Youth and Students, 1973, Berlin

    Slogan: “For anti-imperialist Solidarity, Peace and Friendship”

    Participants: 25.600 from 140 countries

    1 9th World Festival of Youth and Students, 1968, Sofia

    Slogan: “For Solidarity, Peace and Friendship”

    Participants: 20.000 from 142 countries

    1 8th World Festival of Youth and Students, 1962, Helsinki

    Slogan: “For Peace and Friendship”

    Participants: 18.000 from 137 countries

    1 7th World Festival of Youth and Students, 1959, Vienna

    Slogan: “For Peace and Friendship and peaceful coexistence”

    Participants: 18.000 from 112 countries

    1 6th World Festival of Youth and Students, 1957, Moscow

    Slogan: “For Peace and Friendship”

    Participants: 34.000 from 131 countries

    1 5th World Festival of Youth and Students, 1955,Warsaw

    Slogan: “For Peace and Friendship-against the aggressive imperialist military pacts”

    Participants: 30.000 from 114 countries

    1 4th World Festival of Youth and Students, 1953, Bucharest

    Slogan: “For Peace and Friendship”

    Participants: 30.000 from 111 countries

    1 3rd World Festival of Youth and Students, 1951, Berlin

    Slogan: “For Peace and friendship-against Nuclear Weapons”

    Participants: 26.000 from 104 countries

    1 2nd World Festival of Youth and Students, 1949, Budapest

    Slogan: “Youth Unite, forward for lasting Peace, Democracy, National Independence and a better future for the peoples”

    Participants: 10.400 from 82 countries

    1 1st World Festival of Youth and Students, 1947, Prague

    Slogan: “Youth Unite, forward for lasting Peace!”

    Participants: 17.000

    For the first time the “World Youth Song” was played.

    Written by WFDY in: Statements |