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Youth Action Strategy 2009-2014: Investing in Youth; Empowering Quebec's Future

Government of Quebec; Secrétariat à la jeunesse Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Quebec 1 January 2009 Policy document education, health promotion

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"When the socioeconomic and living conditions of young people were considered, the following issues were identified: school retention rates, the transition to working life, entrepreneurship, promoting a global outlook, civic involvement, regional development, the environment and health. These issues also reflect young people’s major concerns. We grouped the issues into six challenges that we must meet:

Education and Employment Challenge – Transitions to independence

Entrepreneurship Challenge – For an enterprising Québec

Health Challenge – For our collective well-being

Regional Challenge – Young people driving development

Diversity Challenge – For an inclusive society

Environmental Challenge – Young people working for a greener Québec"

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