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Plan Nacional de Implantacion de la Garantia Juvenil en Espana (National Implementation Plan for Youth Guarantees in Spain)

Spain Ministry of Labour and Social Security Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Spain December 2013 Policy document child/youth protection, education, employment

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El objetivo de la Garantía Juvenil es garantizar que todos los jóvenes menores de 25 años reciban una buena oferta de empleo, educación continua, formación de aprendiz o periodo de prácticas en un plazo de cuatro meses tras acabar la educación formal o quedar desempleados.

The aim of the Youth Guarantee is to ensure that all young people under 25 years get a good job, continuing education, apprenticeship training or traineeships within four months after finishing formal education or becoming unemployed.


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