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2010-2020 National Youth Plan of Catalonia

Spain Generality of Catalonia Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Spain 2010 Policy document employment, health promotion, social development, Social Inclusion

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There are two fundamental aspects which configure the mission and ultimate purpose of the PNJCat as a strategic plan for youth policies:
Facilitate the young people’s realisation of their life project, while attending to the diversity of forms and models of life.
The 2010-2020 PNJCat wants to consolidate and make effective the young people’s basic rights and guarantee the conditions which allow their quality of life, taking into account the rifts generated in the multiple processes of transition and the difficulties specific to this juvenile stage.
To empower young people as agents of social change, pushing their active role as citizens in the whole of society, offering spaces for their participation in the taking of decisions, and also opportunities to give importance to their vision of the world.
The 2010-2020 PNJCat wishes to encourage the leadership, participation and involvement of young people in the generation and development of proposals and dynamics for the development and progress of society. It wants to deepen the active and constructive role of young people, more than being the receivers and users of policies, with the objective of generating and constructing changes in our environment.


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