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 Country information: national youth policy

EKCYP correspondents 2011

 Welcome to the EKCYP's information pages on national youth policies, containing information about youth policy issues in individual European countries. There are two ways of accessing this information.

By going to the EKCYP country pages:

By selecting the thematic area you are interested in:

A) Information templates provided by EKCYP correspondents:

B) Data collections on the basis of available online sources** 

If you are interested in priority topics of European youth policy, please see the thematic policy frameworks and documents at:

More information:

National youth policies

"Council of Europe youth policy reviews" on the Directorate of youth website/Publications or Council of Europe Publishing website.

EU Indicators on youth

EU dashboard of youth indicators based on data from Eurostat.

The dashboard on EU Youth Indicators includes indicators that have already been agreed in certain policy fields, and new proposed indicators in fields where they do not yet exist or where no youth perspective is apparent. The dashboard will be updated and revised on an annual basis, to ensure that the indicators properly reflect the main aspects of young people's changing realities.

The information in EKCYP country files depends on the existence and commitment of the national EKCYP correspondents, as well as on extent of the research activities organised by the EU-CoE Youth Partnership.

* All reference to Kosovo, whether to the territory, institutions or population, in this text shall be understood in full compliance with United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244 and without prejudice to the status of Kosovo.
** In cooperation with Turku University of Applied Sciences

Last updated: 14/12/2012


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