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National Youth Policy Sri Lanka

Ministry of Youth Affairs and Skills Development Government of Sri Lanka Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Sri Lanka 14 February 2014 Policy document community, Economic activity, mental health promotion

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The three pillars, on which the National Youth Policy is formulated, are:

1. Ensuring youth: to make sure that there is a conducive, supportive and equitable environment and opportunities for youth to flourish
2. Enabling youth: to create conditions where youth can be independent, creative, innovative and confident
3. Empowering youth: to strengthen youth to participate and take responsibility on behalf of themselves, their community and humanity.

The Vision statement of this document is as follows:
To develop the full potential of young people to enable their active participation in national development for a just and equitable society.


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