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2010-2012 PROGRAMME OF THE YOUTH SECTOR

“Developing European youth co-operation through youth policy, youth work and non-formal education/learning”

This document presents the projects which constitute the programme of the youth sector for the period 2010-2012 as adopted by the Joint Council on Youth.

It should be noted that the project number 4 concerns mainly intergovernmental co-operation.

Project N1
“Human rights and democracy: youth policy and youth work promoting the core values of the Council of Europe”

Project N 2
“Living together in diverse societies: youth policy and youth work promoting intercultural dialogue”

Project N 3
“Social inclusion of young people”

Project N 4
“Policy approaches and instruments benefiting young people and children”

Moreover, the Joint Council on Youth decided for each project on the priorities which should be applied in 2011. Youth NGOs applying for financial support for activities taking place in 2011 should refer to these priorities.

Project N. 1:“Human rights and democracy: youth policy and youth work promoting the Council of Europe’s core values”

Project N 2:“Living together in diverse societies: youth policy and youth work promoting intercultural dialogue”

Project N 3:“Social inclusion of young people”

Project N 4:“Policy approaches and instruments benefiting young people and children”

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1. Council of Europe youth policy addresses children and young people from the age 10/12, not below