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Programa Nacional de Juventud (National Programme for Youth)

Mexico Federal Government Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Mexico 2008 Policy document child and adolescent, education, employment, health promotion

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El objetivo del Programa Nacional de Juventud 2008-2012 es establecer los lineamientos de la Política Nacional de Juventud que orienten al conjunto de dependencias del Gobierno Federal a garantizar las condiciones necesarias para el desarrollo integral de las y los jóvenes, mediante el reconocimiento de sus necesidades y la promoción del ejercicio efectivo de sus derechos. Ello les permitirá construir proyectos de vida autónomos, mejorar sus condiciones de vida y contribuir al desarrollo económico y social.

The objective of the National Youth Programme 2008-2012 is to establish guidelines of the National Youth Policy to guide the whole Federal Government agencies to ensure the necessary conditions for the full development of the young people by recognizing their needs and promoting the effective exercise of their rights. This will allow them to build autonomous life projects, improve their living conditions and contribute to economic and social development.

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