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Ley Estatuaria No. 1622 Por medio de la cual se expide el estatuto de ciudadania juvenil y se dictan otras disposiciones (Enacting Law No. 1622 For the issuance of the youth citizenship certificate and other provisions)

Colombia Congress Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Colombia 29 April 2013 Legislation/regulation child and adolescent, human rights, social and economic rights

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Establecer el marco institucional para garantizar a todos los y las jóvenes el ejercicio pleno de la ciudadanía juvenil en los ámbitos, civil o personal, social y público, el goce efectivo de los derechos reconocidos en el ordenamiento jurídico interno y lo ratificado en los Tratados Internacionales, y la adopción de las políticas públicas necesarias para su realización, protección y sostenibilidad; y para el fortalecimiento de sus capacidades y condiciones de igualdad de acceso que faciliten su participación e incidencia en la vida social, económica, cultural y democrática del país.

This law establishes the institutional framework to ensure to all young people the full enjoyment of youth citizenship in the civil and personal fields, as well as to guarantee for all social and age groups the effective enjoyment of the rights recognized in domestic law and international treaties ratified and the adoption of public policies necessary for their realization, conservation and sustainability; and to strengthen their capacities and equal access to facilitate their participation and influence in the social, economic, cultural and democratic life of the country.

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