General plans regarding youth
The general plans regarding youth include ? in a coordinated and global manner - lines of intervention and guidelines that may orientate the youth-related activity of Basque public administration.
2006 and subsequent years: Agreement of the Governing Council (pdf, 51 kb) whereby the following were approved: Temporary measures towards the passing of the Youth Act.
2013-2020: Agreement of the Governing Council (pdf, 289 kb) whereby the following was approved 'Marco general del III Plan Joven de Euskadi 2020. La estrategia vasca en materia de juventud' (pdf, 3 Mb).
2017: Acuerdo del Consejo de Gobierno (pdf, 118 kb), por el que se aprueban las Medidas Transitorias hasta la elaboración del IV Plan Joven del GV (pdf, 118 kb).
Strategic plans regarding youth
In developing the lines of intervention and guidelines for the general plan, each institution draws up and assesses its own strategic plan regarding legislature.
2002-2005: Programmatical document regarding the youth policy of Euskadi (pdf, 763 kb)
1st Euskadi Youth Plan:
Final assessment of results and assessment of impact (pdf, 1.704 kb)
2nd Euskadi Youth Plan:
Intermediate assessment (pdf, 1,36 Mb)
Assessment of structure (pdf, 170 kb)
Governing Body of the Youth Plan (Governing Body of the Youth Plan)
This is the consultative body for the integral youth policy of Basque Public Administration ? in other words, of the transversal policies aimed at promoting youth emancipation and the policies regarding the promotion of the status of youth, including youth participation.
- Presentación para JR del III Plan Joven del Gobierno Vasco: 04-12-2013 (pps, 1 Mb)
- Minutes of 16th December 2009 (pdf, 192 kb)?
- Minutes of 26th November 2008 (pdf, 148 kb)
- Minutes of 20th December 2007 (pdf, 135 kb)
- Minutes of 30th November 2006 (pdf, 167 kb)
- Minutes of 12th January 2006 (pdf, 201 kb)
- Minutes of 20th June 2005 (pdf, 149 kb)
- Minutes of 15th December 2004 (pdf, 152 kb)
- Minutes of 23rd June 2004 (pdf, 152 kb)
- Minutes of 3rd December 2003 (pdf, 125 kb)
- Minutes of 11th December 2002 (pdf, 117 kb)
Sectorial committees have the following objectives:
To promote reflection on the part of each department about the competences and responsibility involved in promoting youth emancipation.
To promote sectorial policies linked to youth policy.
To study the commitments of each department in depth.
To establish the resources deemed necessary.
To promote the annual programming of each department.
To provide an assessment from the point of view of each department.
To articulate the coordination of youth policy with plans regarding employment, education, housing and the information society.
Sectorial coordination committees within the Basque Government:
Education in values
Education for health
To coordinate the gathering of data in order to draw up the annual programming of commitments on the part of the relevant institution or department.
To coordinate the gathering of data in order to draw up the annual assessment of commitments programmed.
To assess and analyse the impact, needs, problems and coordination of the different types of intervention with regard to youth.
To design those actions involving dissemination, research and social debate, etc., via the development of seminars and conferences, and the publishing of texts and documents, etc.
To draw up models for the development of positive action regarding the responsibility of various institutions and departments.
To devise common tools for programming and assessment.
To assess youth policy.
To draw up proposals for youth plans and programmes.
The Basque Youth Observatory has been devised as a specific service aimed at making it possible to obtain a global and permanent overview of the situation and evolution of the world of youth that may enable the impact and effect of activities carried out in Euskadi in general by public administration with competences regarding youth to be assessed - and in particular by the Administration of the Autonomous Region of Euskadi.
Broadly speaking, the Basque Youth Observatory performs duties regarding research, information, documentation, statistics, dissemination, training and advice in areas concerned with youth. Likewise, it promotes the qualification of personnel, thus ensuring basic, regular and permanent training in youth-related matters.
It is aimed at:
Political and technical heads of the Departments of the Basque Government, Provincial Councils and Town Councils with regard to youth-related policies.
Professionals from public and private entities that carry out their activity with the world of youth.
Order dated 10th December 1999, issued by the Minister of Culture, whereby the Basque Youth Observatory is set up and its duties determined
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