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Publisher/s:  UNESCO Section for Youth of the Bureau of Strategic Planning
Published:  2004 in Austria
ULC:  UNEVOC Library Catalogue ID 113

Empowering youth through national policies

Unesco's contribution
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This publication is a direct response to several Member States’ request for assistance in formulating and developing a national youth policy in order to adequately respond to young people’s needs and concerns and to promote substantial youth participation and integration in social development.

The publication aims to serve national decision-makers and diverse actors of civil society as a conceptual, methodological and practical tool in developing a viable national youth policy in active partnership with young people. Developed in close cooperation with UNESCO Field Offices and Institutes (which were solicited for their input of UNESCO ‘best practice’ in this domain), the publication features examples drawn from all regions of the world and particularly highlights UNESCO’s approach and ‘best practice.

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