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National Youth Policy

Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Trinidad and Tobago Policy document child and adolescent, child/youth protection, policy

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This policy provides a broad framework within which Government’s you policy initiatives will be executed. It is not a series of programmes but a flexible and dynamic process of interaction between government and civil society from which programmes, activities and projects would emerge. It is a social developmental process which advocates a culturally relevant participatory approach which places youth at the forefront of policy development and implementation. It emphasises youth empowerment while recognizing Government’s sustainable development of Trinidad and Tobago and the attainment of its vision of First World Status by 2020.


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