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Plan territorial jeunesse/Regional Youth Plan

Department of Youth, Sport and Social Cohesion of Guadeloupe Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Guadeloupe 1 January 2013 Policy document child and adolescent

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La jeunesse ne constitue pas un groupe homogène mais elle présente des caractéristiques démographiques, économiques et sociales qui nécessitent une mobilisation des pouvoirs publics pour définir une véritable politique en faveur de la jeunesse.

Pour répondre au défi de la jeunesse guadeloupéenne, de nombreux dispositifs sont mis en place par l’Etat, les collectivités territoriales et le secteur associatif mais ils ne sont pas suffisamment coordonnés et pas toujours lisibles. L’Etat, la région et le Département ont annoncé le 21 février dernier la mise en place d’une conférence régionale de la jeunesse visant à mieux articuler les
politiques publiques en faveur de la jeunesse par l’élaboration d’un schéma régional des politiques de jeunesse à partir d’un diagnostic partagé.

The youth is not a homogenous group but presents demographic, economic and social characteristics that require mobilization of public authorities to define a comprehensive policy for youth.

To address the challenge of youth in Guadeloupe, many devices are set up by the State, local authorities and the voluntary sector, but they are not sufficiently coordinated and not always effective. The state, the region and the Department announced on February 21 the establishment of a regional youth conference to better articulate public policies for youth by developing a regional plan for youth policies from a shared diagnosis.

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