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Kind 2011 (Child 2011)

Government of the Principality of Liechtenstein Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Principality of Liechtenstein 1 April 2011 Policy document community, social development

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Mit dem «Familienleitbild Liechtenstein» wurde der Rahmen für eine möglichst lebensnahe und aktuell gestaltete Familien-, Kinder- und Jugendpolitik gesetzt. Im Massnahmenkatalog «Kind 2011» und im vorliegenden Massnahmenkatalog 2012 / 2013 «familien bewusst___Infrastruktur – Arbeitswelt – Zeitpolitik» werden Projekte und Massnahmen aufgezeigt, welche schwerpunktmässig und aktiv durchgeführt werden.

With the "family mission statement Liechtenstein", the frame was set for a live near and modern Family, child and youth policy. In the catalog of actions "child 2011» and in the catalog of actions in 2012/2013 "family-awareness___infrastructure - work environment - time policy" projects and actions are presented, which are conducted in a focused and active manner.

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