Among the functions of the Institute are:
Malaysian Youth Council is the parent body of youth societies at the national level that confederates and coordinate all youth societies affiliated with it. Its functions are:
Among the direct impacts identified when this act is enforced includes:
Any dispute that cannot be resolved can be referred to the Registrar for decision;
The Registrar may reject the registration of a youth society if:
Matters pertaining to youth societies registration will be managed by the Registrar of Youth Societies appointed by the Minister of Youth and Sports
According to the interpretation of youth activity under this Act, it means any activity involving the youth and among the objectives includes the aspects of:
Yes. All youth societies which have been registered under the Societies Act 1966 are required to apply for registration under the Youth Societies and Youth Development Act 2006 and must ceased to be registered under the Societies Act 1966 when its registration under this Act is approved.
They may continue to hold such posts until their term or duration is expired.
This Act only limits the term of office as the head of a youth society at the national level which shall not exceed 6 years continuously. The duration of other office bearers at all levels are not limited provided that their age does not exceed 40 years old.
Any person who became a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer or Committee members for youth societies or any of its branches.