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Documento Programatico de la Politica de Juventud de Euskadi 2002-2005 (Programmatic Document of the Youth Policy of the Basque Country 2002-2005)

Spain Government of the Basque Country Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Spain December 2005 Guidelines Accessibility, child/youth protection, social development, Social Inclusion

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El Plan Joven de Euskadi establece un conjunto de lĂ­neas y medidas de actuacion que trata de dar una respuesta integral a la situacion de la juventud vasca. Aunque algunas de las acciones propuestas en el Plan ya se realizaban antes de su implantacion, a traves del Plan se han reunido todas las acciones prioritarias dirigidas a la juventud y, asi, a partir un diagnostico consensuado, se ha dado coherencia al conjunto de programas y se ha impulsado su desarrollo.

The Basque country's Youth Plan establishes a set of lines and measures that seek to provide a comprehensive response to the situation of the Basque youth. Although some of the actions proposed in the Plan were made prior to the implementation and through the Plan all the priority actions aimed at youth have been gathered together and, thus, from a consensus diagnosis, this has given coherence to the whole program and driven its development.

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