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Estrategia Nacional para la Infancia y Adolescencia 2010-2030 (National Strategy for Children and Adolescents 2010-2030)

Consejo Nacional de Politicas Sociales Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Uruguay 2010 Policy document child and adolescent, strategy

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La ENIA es una iniciativa del gobierno nacional a través del Comité de Coordinación Estratégica de Infancia y Adolescencia, integrado por todos los organismos del poder ejecutivo y entes autónomos y servicios descentralizados que entienden en materia de políticas orientadas al sector. Se recogen aquí las razones por las que creemos que es de vital importancia formular y poner en práctica una Estrategia Nacional de Infancia y Adolescencia al 2030, coherente y decidida, ampliamente compartida y comprometida con el bienestar de nuestros niños, niñas y adolescentes, con el firme convencimiento de que ello es parte indisoluble de una estrategia de desarrollo nacional. Se recogen algunas características de la sociedad del 2030 que imaginamos y aspiramos a construir y se detallan los principios orientadores, los lineamientos estratégicos y las propuestas formuladas para alcanzarla.

The National Strategy for Children and Adolescents is an initiative of the national Government that brings together all executive, autonomous and decentralized services that deal with policy oriented toward the national development of children and adolescents in the realm of health, education, and sport amongst others. This is part of the strategy for national development, and is to improve and show commitment to the welfare of our children and adolescents. This strategy highlights the guiding principles and strategic guidelines to achieve our vision for children and adolescents by 2030

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