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Guia de Politicas Publicas de Juventude (Youth Public Policy Guide)

Brazil National Secretary for Youth Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Brazil June 2010 Guidelines child and adolescent, human rights, social development, Social Inclusion

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A Política Nacional de Juventude do Brasil articula a ideia de garantir direitos e gerar oportunidades. Com essa perspectiva a Secretaria Nacional de Juventude busca incluir milhões de jovens, rompendo o ciclo de reprodução da pobreza, e, principalmente almeja aproveitar o potencial das novas gerações para fortalecer o processo de desenvolvimento que está em curso no país.

The National Youth Policy of Brazil articulates the idea of securing rights and creating opportunities. With this perspective the National Youth Secretariat seeks to include millions of young people, breaking the breeding cycle of poverty, and mainly aims to harness the potential of new generations to strengthen the development process that is ongoing in the country.


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