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Youth Law and the Vietnamese Youth Development Strategy 2011-2020

Socialist Republic of Vietnam Ministry of Home Affairs Country Resources Child Rights Legislation, Development and Poverty Strategies Viet Nam 2012 Legislation/regulation child and adolescent, development, strategy

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Youth Law elaborated into specific guiding documents and mechanisms to facilitate the best development for young people. The second part outlines Vietnam's Youth Development Strategy for the years 2011-2020.

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