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Pacte pour la jeunesse 2012-2014 (Youth Pact 2012-2014)

Ministry of Family and Integration Government of Luxembourg Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Luxembourg 1 January 2012 Policy document employment, social development, Social Inclusion

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Le Pacte pour la Jeunesse 2012-2014 est la concrétisation de l’article 15 (2) de la loi du 4 juillet 2008 sur la jeunesse, selon lequel « le plan d’action national pour la jeunesse établi par le ministre détermine l’orientation de la politique Jeunesse ». Le terme de « Pacte » fut retenu car il rend compte de l’effort commun développé par tous les acteurs publics qui développent des mesures et action en direction des jeunes.

Le Pacte pour la Jeunesse se base notamment sur les résultats de recherche scientifiques présentés dans le rapport national sur la situation de la jeunesse au Luxembourg, élaboré par le Centre d’étude sur la situation des jeunes de l’Université du Luxembourg.

The Youth Pact 2012-2014 is the achievement of article 15 (2) of the Act of 4 July 2008 on Youth. The article planned the creation of 'a Youth National Action Plan established by the Minister and determining the orientation of the Youth Policy ". The word 'Pact' was chosen because it reflects the joint effort made by all public bodies that develop measures and actions for young people.

The Youth Pact is based in particular on the results of scientific research presented in the national report on the situation of youth in Luxembourg, developed by the Study Centre on the situation of young people at the University of Luxembourg.


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