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La Agenda para la Igualdad de Niñas, Niños y Adolescentes 2012-2013 (The Agenda for the equality of children and adolescents 2012-2013)

Ministerio de Inclusión Económica y Social Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Ecuador 2012 Policy document child and adolescent, development, education

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La Agenda para la Igualdad de Niñas, Niños y Adolescentes se organiza en cuatro capítulos. El primer capítulo describe el marco de referencia conceptual, normativo y de planificación. El segundo capítulo describe al conjunto de destinatarios y actores institucionales responsables de la implementación de la Agenda. En el tercer capítulo se expone un breve diagnóstico situacional del cumplimiento de derechos de los niños, niñas y adolescentes, focalizando los aspectos en los cuales se requiere poner énfasis en el período 2012-2013. El cuarto y último capítulo direcciona la operatividad de la Agenda y describe los principios que deben guiar la implementación de las políticas, el objetivo, las políticas intersectoriales y sectoriales.

The Agenda for the Equality of Children and Adolescents is organized in four chapters. The first chapter describes the conceptual framework, policy and planning. The second chapter describes the set of recipients and institutional actors responsible for the implementation of the Agenda. In the third chapter is a brief situational assessment of compliance with rights of children and adolescents, targeting the areas in which requires putting emphasis in the period 2012-2013. The fourth and final chapter directs the operation of the Agenda and describes the principles that guide the implementation of policies, objectives, cross-sector and sector policies.

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