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Informe sobre Politicas Publicas de Juventud (Report on Public Policy for Youth)

Dominican Republic Red Nacional de Accion Juvenil Country Resources Evaluation of Policy, Law, Strategies, Plans, and Services Dominican Republic 2010 Report child and adolescent, policy

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El “Informe sobre Políticas Públicas en Materia de Juventud, Monitoreo al Ministerio de la Juventud”, se realiza en el marco del proyecto “Incidencia Juvenil en Políticas Públicas de Juventud” de la Red Nacional de Acción Juvenil, con la finalidad de estudiar la aplicación y alcance de la Ley General de Juventud 49-2000, que tiene por objeto instaurar el marco jurídico, político e institucional para orientar las acciones del Estado y la sociedad en general, hacia la definición e implementación del conjunto de las políticas necesarias para lograr la satisfacción de las necesidades y expectativas de la población joven de la Nación, así como una efectiva participación de los y las jóvenes en los procesos de toma de decisiones.

The "Report on Public Policies on Youth, Monitoring the Ministry of Youth," is done in the framework of the "Youth Advocacy in Public Policy Youth" National Youth Action Network, in order to study the application and scope of the General Youth Law 49-2000, which seeks to establish the legal, policy and institutional framework to guide the actions of the state and society in general toward the definition and implementation of all policies necessary to meet the needs and expectations of the young population of the nation, as well as encourage the effective participation of young people in decision-making processes.

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