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Ley 13/2010 del Consejo de la Juventud de Extremadura (Law 12/2010 of the Council for Youth of Extremadura)

Spain Presidency of the Government of Extremadura Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Spain 24 November 2010 Legislation/regulation child/youth protection, social development, Social Inclusion

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Son fines del Consejo de la Juventud de Extremadura:
1. La participación libre y eficaz de la juventud en el desarrollo político, social, económico y cultural de Extremadura.
2. Alcanzar dentro de nuestra sociedad un óptimo nivel de participación de nuestra juventud en las instituciones y la creación de un amplio tejido asociativo juvenil, a través de potenciación y desarrollo de asociaciones y demás entidades públicas y privadas vinculadas a la consecución de tales fines.
3. Promover la existencia de unas adecuadas políticas participativas de juventud que fomenten el ocio educativo y activo, así como la adopción por parte de los poderes públicos de medidas de fomento destinadas a la juventud.

The aims of the Youth Council of Extremadura are:
1. the free and effective participation of youth in the political, social, economic and cultural development of Extremadura.
2. to reach within society an optimal level of participation of youth in institutions and the creation of comprehensive youth associations, through empowerment and partnership development with other public and private entities involved in achieving these aims.
3. to promote the existence of appropriate participatory policies that promote youth education and active leisure and the adoption by public authorities of measures aimed at youth.

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