Designing Youth Policy in Europe – What is the role of the regions and municipalities?

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Veröffentlicht: 06. Dezember 2012
Herausgeber: JUGEND für Europa im Auftrag des BMFSFJ

Documentation of the Opening Seminar of the European Peer Learning on Youth Policy, 13 and 14 June 2012, Berlin. In Berlin representatives from local authorities, National Agencies, National Youth Councils and governments from Belgium, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Lithuania, Sweden and The Netherlands met for the first seminar of a two-year project on the designing of youth policy. This report will summarize the speeches and discussions of the first seminar. The seminar’s objectives were to initiate a transnational exchange about how to involve and activate regions and municipalities in youth policy, to get to know and to discuss different models of horizontal cooperation, to bring together representatives of different levels and offer them space for exchange and discussion, to promote European translocal exchange and European peer learning as strategies for (local and regional) youth policy.

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