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Politica Nacional de Juventude - Diretrizes e Perspectivas (National Youth Policy - Guidelines and Perspectives)

Brazil National Council for Youth Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Brazil 2006 Policy document education, employment, health promotion, human rights, social development

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Seu conteúdo foi construído a partir do trabalho das três Câmaras Temáticas (CT´s). Cada uma delas foi criada a partir da articulação de temas que contemplam três importantes dimensões da vida de jovens brasileiros e brasileiras, a saber:
CT1 - Desenvolvimento Integral (afirma a necessária interseção entre Educação, Trabalho, Cultura e Tecnologia de Informação, nos moldes do século XXI);
CT2 - Qualidade de Vida (contempla a necessidade de ampliar acessos imediatos e cotidianos dos e das jovens aos equipamentos adequados de saúde, esporte, lazer e à sustentabilidade sócio- ambiental);
CT3 - Vida Segura (aposta na articulação entre a universalidade dos direitos humanos e a valorização da diversidade para fazer frente às violências físicas e simbólicas).

Its content has been built from the work of the three Thematic Chambers (CT's). Each was created through the articulation of themes that address three important dimensions of the lives of young Brazilians, namely:
CT1 - Integral Development (the required intersection between Education, Labor, Culture and Information Technology, in the mold of XXI century);
CT2 - Quality of Life (includes the need to extend immediate and daily access of youths to appropriate health facilities, sports, leisure and socio-environmental sustainability);
CT3 - Safe Life (the relationship between the universality of human rights and valuing diversity to address physical and symbolic violence).

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