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Plan Integral de Juventud del Principado de Asturias 2002-2003 (Comprehensive Youth Plan of the Principality of Asturias)

Spain Principality of Asturias Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Spain 2002 Policy document child and adolescent, education, employment, social development

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Este Plan está construido sobre los principios básicos que han definido las políticas de juventud: integralidad, transversalidad, consenso social y requiere la implicación de las diferentes Administraciones y de las áreas que las conforman. Desarrolla, asimismo, las previsiones del Libro Blanco de la Comisión Europea Un nuevo impulso para la juventud europea, en la línea de conseguir una nueva ambición en políticas de juventud aplicando el principio de subsidiariedad por razones de principio y eficacia.

This Plan is built on the basic principles that have defined youth policies: comprehensiveness, mainstreaming, social consensus and requires the involvement of various administrations and areas that shape policy. It also develops the provisions of the White Paper of the European Commission - A new impetus for European youth, in line to get a new ambition in youth policies by applying the principle of subsidiarity for reasons of principle and effectiveness.

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