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Politica Nacional de Juventud 2012-2020 (National Youth Policy 2012-2020)

Guatemala Ministry of Social Development Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Guatemala 2012 Policy document child and adolescent, education, employment, health promotion, social development

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La PolĂ­tica representa la herramienta basica para que las juventudes del pais desarrollen sus potencialidades y sean protagonistas de su desarrollo social, economico, politico y cultural. Esta recoge los compromisos y las tareas del gobierno, en relacion con las condiciones de desarrollo de la juventud e incluye una serie de acciones. La intencion es ser orientadora de las actividades, recursos y esfuerzos de las diferentes dependencias publicas (centrales y municipales), privadas, y organizaciones juveniles, que destinan esfuerzos en pro de la juventud del pais.

The policy represents the basic tool for the youths of the country to develop their potential and contribute to their social, economic, political and cultural development. This reflects the commitments and tasks of the government in relation to the conditions of youth development and includes a series of actions. The intention is to guide the activities, resources and efforts of the various public agencies (central and local), private, as well as youth organizations to promote the development of the youth of the country.

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