A comparative survey of 9 countries. JUGEND für Europa 2013. At the end of 2011, the Federal German Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth (BMFSFJ) launched a cross-border learning process in accordance with an evidence based governance to find out the strategies of youth policy in the EU member states and in Europe. The partners in this peer learning project are: Belgium (Flanders), Czech Republic, France, Lithuania, Sweden, The Netherlands and Germany. According to the topics, three different Europeanpeer learning seminars were held; the first in Berlin (DE) in June 2012, the second in Rotterdam (NL) in October 2012 and the third in Prague (CZ) in April 2013. The Prague seminar was dedicated to the topic of crosssectorial youth policy. During all sessions representatives from the participating countries presented different models and approaches of how a cross-sectorial youth policy has been implemented in their country. As there has also been contact with other countries it was possible to add examples from Austria and Finland. This brochure tries to presents models and approaches of cross-sectorial youth policy across Europe in a comparable and brief way.
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