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Politique Nationale de la Jeunesse (National Youth Policy)

Ministry of Youth, Sports and Leisure; Government of Benin Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Benin Policy document community, education, employment

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La Politique Nationale de la Jeunesse du Benin suggère des pistes susceptibles de répondre au mieux aux attentes multiples et multiformes des jeunes. Ainsi après avoir fait l’état des lieux, démontré la nécessité d’élaborer la présente politique, il en a suivi une déclaration et des propositions de mesures appropriées de mise en œuvre. Cette Politique Nationale de la Jeunesse est fondée sur le principe de l’égalité de sexe. Elle a pour objectifs de satisfaire les besoins et les aspirations des jeunes, de les mettre a l'abri de toute discrimination, et de leur permettre d’envisager l’avenir avec confiance.

The National Youth Policy of Benin makes suggestions to meet the many and varied expectations of youth. After setting up the context, the document demonstrates the need to elaborate such a policy and then states proposals for appropriate measures of implementation. The National Youth Policy is based on the principle of gender equality. It aims to meet the needs and aspirations of young people, protect them from discrimination, and to enable them to face the future with confidence.


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