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Polish Youth Strategy 2003-2012

Ministry of Education & Sport; The Government of Poland Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Poland 1 August 2003 Policy document child and adolescent, Social Inclusion

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The youth policy in Poland is recognized as an interdepartmental, integrated policy towards young people and deriving from their needs.

The objective of a youth policy is the creation of appropriate living conditions for young people, enabling them the participation in public life, share in social, cultural and political life on equal grounds with other social groups.


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