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Kinder- und Jugendprogramm der Bayerischen Staatsregierung - Kinder- und Jugendhilfe - Fortschreibung 2013 (Children and youth programme of the Bavarian state government - Children and youth support - update 2013)

Government of Bavaria Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Bavaria 11 June 2013 Policy document community, social development

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Am 11. Juni 2013 hat das Bayerische Kabinett das neue Kinder- und Jugendprogramm der Bayerischen Staatsregierung mit dem Titel „Potenziale entfalten – Gesellschaftliches Miteinander gestalten – Brücken bauen“ beschlossen. Das Kinder- und Jugendprogramm ist eine wichtige Grundlage um einerseits die bewährte bayerische Kinder- und Jugendhilfepolitik fortzuführen und andererseits auf dieser Basis die nötigen Weiterentwicklungen im bewährt engen Schulterschluss mit der bayerischen Fachpraxis weiter voranzubringen.

In June 2013, the Bavarian cabinet decided on the new children and youth programme named "developing potential - designing social interaction - building bridges". The children's and youth programme is an important basis to continue the successful Bavarian children and youth welfare policy and to ensure its further development in close cooperation with Bavarian specialists in child and youth care.

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