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Politica Nacional de Juventud 2010-2015 (National Youth Policy 2010-2015)

Guatemala Secretaria Planification y Programmacion; UNFPA Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Guatemala October 2010 Policy document child and adolescent, education, health promotion, human rights, Indigenous peoples, social development

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Esta Política propone una estrategia de fortalecimiento de los organismos rectores, con miras a transversalizar los derechos humanos de las y los jóvenes. Contiene una visión sobre el desarrollo para un país joven y diverso que debe ser construido entre todas y todos, sin importar la edad, procurando el posicionamiento de las y los jóvenes como actores estratégicos del desarrollo.

This Policy proposes a strategy to strengthen the governing bodies with a view to mainstreaming human rights and youth. It contains a vision of development for a young and diverse country that should be built among all people, regardless of age, ensuring the positioning of youth as strategic actors of development.

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