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National Youth Action Plan

Republic of Montenegro Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Montenegro 1 January 2007 Policy document education, health promotion, human rights

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The National Youth Action Plan is a common framework for the existing and new, previously missing, social measure in all areas important for the healthy development of youth and their active social participation.

The Action Plan lists nine priority areas and aims strategically set for the five-year period post-adoption of this plan and indicators which will be used for assessing success or the level of achievement of each individual aim. The nine areas are: education, employment, health, social participation, human rights, culture, leisure, information and mobility, and family.

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