How do institutions such as the European Union, the Council of Europe and the United Nations address youth policy, and how can this work be concretely linked to the efforts of a national government to develop a youth policy agenda? This manual proposes one possible model for how a national youth policy strategy can be developed. It is based on the author's observations from the countries of southeastern and eastern Europe, as they gain experience in addressing youth policy in a transversal and cross-sectorial manner and with the active involvement of young people.--Publisher's description.This can be the organisation of training courses on specific subjects, for example: How can youth organisations take measures towards inclusion, ... There are also many ways in which a government can institutionalise youth participation in youth policy - both in the concrete ... 41 An administrative grant is meant to cover expenses for office rent, phone and IT equipment, staff salary and other runninganbsp;...
|Title||:||Youth Policy Manual|
|Author||:||Finn Yrjar Denstad|
|Publisher||:||Council of Europe - 2009|