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Plan Priorite Jeunesse (Plan Priority: Youth)

French Cross-ministerial Committee for Youth; French Government Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards France 21 February 2013 Policy document community, social and economic rights

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La nouvelle politique « Priorité Jeunesse » a été adoptée lors du Conseil interministériel de la Jeunesse (CIJ) du 21 février 2013, présidé par le Premier ministre Jean-Marc Ayrault.
Cette politique s’articule autour de 13 chantiers prioritaires, déclinés en 47 mesures concrètes, qui seront mises en œuvre à partir de 2013.
Elle propose de réformer en profondeur l’action publique destinée aux jeunes en s’appuyant sur quatre axes fondamentaux :
1. Privilégier le droit commun pour tout ce qui concerne l’accès des jeunes aux droits sociaux, pour en finir avec l’empilement
de dispositifs dérogatoires et illisibles ;
2. Favoriser l’autonomie des jeunes et la sécurisation de leurs parcours dans leur globalité (formation, logement, santé, mobilité…) ;
3. Lutter contre les inégalités et les discriminations ;
4. Encourager la participation des jeunes dans le débat public et rendre effective la co construction des politiques publique

The new policy “Priority: Youth” was adopted by the Comité interministériel de la Jeunesse (CIJ - French Cross-ministerial Committee for Youth) at its meeting on 21 February 2013 chaired by Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault.
This roadmap encompasses 47 concrete measures ordered into 13 priority objectives. Implementation will begin in 2013.
It will introduce substantial reforms in the government’s programmes for youth while responding to 4 fundamental priorities:
1. Give priority to common law in all actions relating to youth’s access to their social rights, in order to end the accumulation of derogatory or incomprehensible programmes;
2. Encourage youth empowerment through training, accommodation, health, mobility, etc.;
3. Attack social injustice and discrimination;
4. Encourage the participation of youth in public affairs and give substance to a shared and effective approach to the development of government policy.

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