Designing Youth Policy in Europe

JUGEND für Europa hat den Auftakt der internationalen Peer-Learning-Reihe im Auftrag des deutschen Bundesministeriums für Familie, Senioren, Frauen und Jugend vorbereitet und begleitet. Jetzt liegt die englischsprachige Dokumentation vor.

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Dokumentation: Designing Youth Policy in Europe – What is the role of the regions & municipalities? - Documentation of the Opening Seminar of the European Peer Learning on Youth Policy, Berlin, 13 and 14 June 2012. JUGEND für Europa, PDF. 
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Contents

1. minutes, S. 6-11
Christel de Lange: Summary of the findings of the Opening Seminar of the European Peer Learning on Youth Policy: Designing Youth Policy in Europe – What is the role of the regions & municipalities?

2. Opening Speeches and interviews, S. 14-39
Lutz Stroppe, Head of the division for youth, German ministry for family affairs, senior citizens, women and youth (BMFSFJ)Presentation of the German concept for a new national youth policy, S.14-21
Uwe Lübking, Expert for labor market policy, culture, sports, administration modernization, demography, education and youth policy of the Deutscher Städte- und Gemeindebund (German Association of Towns and Municipalities) Local Youth Policy in Germany – Central. Challenges and Possible Solutions, S. 22-25
Interview with Uwe Lübking „We cannot really be satisfied with what we have achieved so far.” S. 26-27
Bart Eigeman, Former alderman on Talent Development (youth, education and employment, participation of young people) in the city of Den Bosch (NL), former chair of the Netherlands Committee on Education, Care and Welfare of the Netherlands Association of Dutch Municipalities - Active youth policy as important factor for making municipalities attractive: Citizenship of young people is a key to communitybuilding, S. 28-34
Interview with Bart Eigeman „What is important is the inspiration that is passed on!“, S. 36-37
Interview with Michal Urban, Head of the youth department at the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports in the Czech Republic „We will notice that we all have learnt from each other“, S. 38-39

3. Presentation of local youth policies by representatives of the other countries,
S. 42-55
Belgium
Czech Republic
France
Germany
Lithuania
Sweden
The Netherlands

4. List of Participants, S. 58-59
5. Agenda of the Seminar, S. 62-63

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