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Youth Law and The Vietnamese Youth Development Strategy 2011-2020

Department of Youth Affairs, Socialist Republic of Vietnam Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards 1 January 2012 Policy document child and adolescent, social development

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This Law specifies the rights and obligations of young people, responsibilities of the State, family and society toward young people; and youth organizations. The State shall adopt policies to create opportunities for young people to study, work, entertain, develop physically and mentally, imbue national ethics and traditions, citizenship and the will the advance forward with a view to develop a prosperous and strong nation, and a just, democratic and civilized society.

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