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Ley para el Poder Popular de la Juventud (Law for the Popular Power of Youth)

Venezuela National Assembly Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Venezuela 24 September 2009 Legislation/regulation social development, Social Inclusion

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La presente Ley tiene por objeto regular, garantizar y desarrollar los derechos y deberes de la población juvenil venezolana, para constituirse en el Poder Popular de la juventud, a fin de promover las condiciones para su pleno desarrollo físico, psicológico, social, espiritual, multiétnico, multilingüe y pluricultural en su tránsito hacia la vida adulta, productiva, incluyendo las garantías para su capacitación, primer empleo y su participación activa y protagónica en el proceso de desarrollo nacional mediante políticas en lo social, económico, cultural y político como jóvenes; y con la participación solidaria de la familia y de la comunidad organizada.

This Act is to regulate, protect and develop the rights and duties of the Venezuelan youth and to promote the conditions for their full physical, psychological, social and spiritual development, as well as their transition into adulthood. It includes guarantees for training, initial employment, and an active and leading role in the national development process through policies in the social, economic, cultural and political as young; and with the joint participation of the family and the community.

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