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II Plan Estratégico Nacional de Infancia y Adolescencia 2013- 2016 (Second National Strategic Plan for Children and Adolescents 2013-2016)

Ministerio de Sanidad, Servicios Sociales, e Igualidad Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Spain 5 April 2013 Policy document child and adolescent, plan

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La aprobación de II Plan Estratégico Nacional de Infancia y Adolescencia supone una apuesta estratégica y de legislatura de situar a la infancia como prioridad de la agenda política. En este II PENIA, se definen de forma consensuada las grandes líneas estratégicas de desarrollo de las políticas de infancia con el objetivo final, de dar un efectivo cumplimiento a la CDN teniendo en cuenta los derechos, pero también los deberes y responsabilidades de los menores de edad. Ello debe realizarse abordando de manera transversal y multidisciplinar, la atención a la infancia y adolescencia mediante la cooperación y coordinación efectiva, eficiente y eficaz, de los distintos agentes implicados en garantizar, promover y defender sus derechos.

The approval of the Second National Strategic Plan for Children and Adolescents is a strategic and legislative commitment of placing children and adolescents as a priority of the political agenda. In this Second National Strategic Plan, there is a consensus of the main strategic development objectives for children and adolescent policies, with the ultimate goal of giving an effective framework for the CDN to take into account the rights of minors, but also the duties and responsibilities of minors. This must be done with a cross-cutting and multidisciplinary method, with attention to children and adolescents through cooperation and effective and efficient coordination, involving different agents in order to guarantee, promote and defend their rights.

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