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Thinking seriously about YW 1

The opinions expressed in this work , commissioned by the European Union– Council of Europe youth partnership are the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy of either of the partner institutions, their member states or the organisations co-operating with them.

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Essentials
This brief document was developed as an introduction to the Symposium 'Youth Policy Responses to the Contemporary Challenges Faced by Young People’ (which was organised by the EU-CoE youth partnership last month).
These “essentials” will soon be revised in order to integrate the feedback received from participants at and after the Symposium.
However, they constitute a good introduction to the main concepts, definitions, principles, objectives, actors, challenges and questions around youth policy in Europe. 
 
   
 Council of Europe youth policy

 The Council of Europe and Youth policy - Support, assistance and resources for youth policy development in Member States

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Implementation of National Youth Policy

The Council of Europe carries out its governmental action in the field of youth through the European Steering Committee for Youth (CDEJ). This committee brings together ministries or public administrations in charge of youth affairs in the 50 States Parties to the European Cultural Convention. The CDEJ supervises a programme of activities involving policy makers, youth researchers and youth work practitioners and focuses particularly on the development of youth policies in its member states.

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EYCA GPS 9

EMPOWERING EUROPE’S YOUTH
We are the European Youth Card Association (EYCA) - a non-governmental, not-for-profit association of 39 member organisations in 36 countries across Europe. Together we work to empower Europe’s youth. EYCA member organisations issue the European Youth Card to 6 million young people and strive to achieve our vision of a Europe where all young people are mobile and active. We aim to encourage more young people to be socially, culturally, educationally, and economically mobile by delivering quality European Youth Card services and by contributing to better youth policy.

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Youth Policy Manual

For those who wish to go (much) deeper into the subject matter, this manual explains in details what youth policy is, what major elements a national youth policy strategy should include, how young people can be involved in developing youth policy, how institutions such as the Council of Europe address youth policy, etc.

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Country Sheet Belarus 2016 

Country Sheet on youth policy in Belarus (2016)

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Template country info youth work BELARUS 2017 1

Country Sheet on youth policy in Belarus (2017)

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 The contribution

The contribution of youth work to preventing marginalisation and violent radicalisation 

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Belarus YouthWiki Chapter 1 1

Contribution off non-programme countries EU youth wiki
Chapter I: Belarus youth policy governance

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Best practice youth work 1

Engage. Inform. Empower.

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EIU infographic 1

Worldwide educating for the future index

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How to develop youth polisy 1

Youth Policy Manual
How to develop a national youth strategy

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Manual TOYW 1

Manual Training of Youth workers

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Taking the future into their own hands 1

Taking the future into their own hands

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Council of Europe Directorate of Democratic  Citizenship and Participation – Youth Department Publications Council of Europe Directorate of Democratic Citizenship and Participation – Youth Department Publications