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Ley 6/2012 de Juventud de Galicia (Law 6/2012 for Galician Youth)

Spain Presidency of Galicia Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Spain 19 July 2012 Legislation/regulation child/youth protection, human rights, social and economic rights

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La presente ley tiene por objeto establecer el marco normativo y competencial que regule, en el ámbito territorial de la Comunidad Autónoma de Galicia, los instrumentos necesarios para desarrollar las políticas públicas dirigidas a la juventud y que garanticen su activa participación.
Las políticas públicas dirigidas a la juventud tendrán como finalidad mejorar la calidad de vida de la gente joven, especialmente a través del acceso a la información en materia juvenil y mediante la participación activa de los y las jóvenes en el desarrollo sostenible, económico y social de la Comunidad Autónoma de Galicia.

This law aims to establish the regulatory framework governing powers and, in the territory of the Autonomous Community of Galicia, the tools to develop public policies for youth and to ensure their active participation.
Public policies for youth will aim to improve the quality of life of young people, especially through access to information on youth matters and by the active participation of young people in the sustainable economic and social development of the Autonomous Community of Galicia.

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