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Youth policy in Moldova

Youth policy in Moldova (2010)

Jan Vanhee, Anna-Mari Hamalainen, Guy-Michel Brandtner, Larissa Titarenko, Howard Williamson

ISBN 978-92-871-6692-0
Type of document : Book
Format : Paper
Size : 16 x 24 cm
Language : English
Number of pages : 112

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Youth policy in Moldova

Youth policy in Moldova

Youth policy in Moldova, is the latest in the Council of Europe series of youth policy reviews. As Moldova is the 16th country to be reviewed since 1997, this report has been enriched by the experience gained from the previous reviews of countries in western and eastern Europe and one in the Commonwealth of Independent States (Armenia). These reviews have nurtured the development of an informed way of thinking about youth policy and strategies for implementation.The report is based on a cross-sectoral understanding of youth policy, it focuses on youth policy structures, education (formal and especially non-formal), transition to the labour market and entrepreneurship. There are overviews of policy related to social security (health and social protection, childcare), juvenile justice and sport. Particular attention has been paid to questions such as migration, urban--rural divisions and the Transnistria issue. There is also a chapter dedicated to cross-cutting issues, including youth information, youth participation and social exclusion.

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Youth policy in Moldova, is the latest in the Council of Europe series of youth policy reviews. As Moldova is the 16th country to be reviewed since 1997, this report has been enriched by the experience gained from the previous reviews of countries in western and eastern Europe and one in the Commonwealth of Independent States (Armenia). These reviews have nurtured the development of an informed way of thinking about youth policy and strategies for implementation.The report is based on a cross-sectoral understanding of youth policy, it focuses on youth policy structures, education (formal and especially non-formal), transition to the labour market and entrepreneurship. There are overviews of policy related to social security (health and social protection, childcare), juvenile justice and sport. Particular attention has been paid to questions such as migration, urban--rural divisions and the Transnistria issue. There is also a chapter dedicated to cross-cutting issues, including youth information, youth participation and social exclusion.

Executive summary

Preface

Methodology

Research for and structure of the report

1. Introduction to Moldova

2. Youth and youth policy in Moldova
2.1 Legislation
2.2 Youth policy
2.3 Institutions for delivery of youth policy
Vertical delivery
National youth organisations
The National Youth Council
International NGOs and donors
Horizontal structure
Reflection
2.4 Public budget for the Youth Year activities

3. Youth organisations and political representation
3.1 Rural and urban youth NGOs
3.2 Regional youth organisations

4. Key domains of youth policy
4.1 Non-formal learning
4.2 Transition to the labour market (education, training and employment)
4.3 Entrepreneurship

5. Other youth policy domains
5.1 Health issues
5.2 Social protection and social security issues
5.3 Criminal situation and youth justice
5.4 Sport and leisure

6. Transversal issues
6.iTransnistria region
6.2 Migration
6.3 Urban-rural division

7. Cross-cutting issues
7.1 Participation and citizenship
7.2 Social inclusion
7.3 Youth information

8. Supporting mechanisms for youth policy
8.1 Research
8.2 Professional training
8.3 The dissemination of good practice
8.4 Evaluation and monitoring criteria

9. Conclusion
Recommendations

Bibliography

Appendix 1 - Programme of the first visit to Moldova
Appendix 2 - Programme of the second visit to Moldova

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