Recommends inter alia educational courses on civil society development
A child well-being index for Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CEE/CIS) – Monitoring child well-being in transition
Article in Forum21, issue 12 (2008). This review provides a multi-dimensional assessment of the lives of children and young people in the 21 countries of the CEE and CIS regions. Its purpose is to provide a picture of
their well-being as the first generation of children who were born after the breakdown of the Soviet Union comes of age.
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The Programme draws upon the scientific analysis of the state of play and challenges in the development of young Ukrainians, results of the previous stage of implementation of the state policy in youth sector in Ukraine and is also anchored to programmatic requirements and prospects defined by the Strategy for State Youth Policy Development for the period up to 2020, approved by Decree of the President of Ukraine of 27 September 2013 No 532, Action Plan on implementation of the Association Agreement between Ukraine of the one part and the European Union, European Atomic Energy Community and their Member States, of the other part, for 2014-2017”, approved by the Order of the Cabinet of Ukraine of 17 September 2014 No 8470 (Official Bulletin of Ukraine, 2014, No 77, p. 2197), Sustainable Development Strategy “Ukraine 2020” approved by Decree of the President of Ukraine of 12 January 2015 No 5, documents of the European Union and the Council of Europe regulating European principles for youth policy development.
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Decree Of The President Of Ukraine № 532/2013 On The Strategy For The State Youth Policy Development For The Period Up To 2020
Evidence and objectives for cross-sectoral cooperation iun Youth Policy in the Eastern Partnership[
The conclusions of the Eastern Partnership Youth Forum are based on a common analysis of youth cooperation between EU and Eastern Partnership countries, including youth policies and especially the mplementation of the Eastern Partnership Youth Window. They are focussed on developments in the quality of youth work, opportunities for the development of political strategies, inclusion and recognition strategies and the further development of youth work within Eastern Partnership and EU countries.
Presnetation at EPYRU Conference 2015
Summary minutes of the EPYRU Seminar in Tbilisi, October 18-19 2013
To characterize the specific youth employment challenges and to support policymakers in designing adequate instruments to support the transition of young people into employment, the ILO has developed its school-to-work transition survey (SWTS), a household survey of young people aged 15-29. The SWTS, implemented in 2013, can serve as a principle tool for monitoring the impact of policies and programmes outlined in the national instruments. This report is intended for the policy makers and social partners that concern themselves with the implementation of youth-related policies and programmes.
Migration from the Eastern Partnership Countries to the European Union — Options for a Better Future
This study presents a summary of the findings and recommendations stemming from the project entitled “Costs and Benefits of Labour Mobility between the EU and the Eastern Partnership Countries” for the European Commission (Contract No. 2011/270- 312, tender procedure EuropeAid/130215/C/SER/Multi).
Minutes of EPYRU Tbilisi Seminar on Youth Legislation, 18-19 November 2013
Law of Ukraine: On Fostering Youth Socialization and Development in Ukraine
(enacted by Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine by Resolution N 2999-XII of 05/02/93
and further amended )
Report on international youth seminar held in Donetsk, Ukraine, 10-17th March 2010 under the SALTO/YiA EECA programme. Countries participating: Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Czech Republic, Georgia, Lithuania,
Moldova, Romania, Russian Federation, Poland, Slovakia, and Ukraine.
Report On Cooperation Of Programme Countries With Eastern Europe And Caucasus Region Within The Youth In Action Programme Between 2007 – 2011
The report is aimed to give an overview of the European Community Youth in Action Programme development in Eastern Europe and Caucasus (EECA). It presents both trends and statistics embracing first five years of implementation of the Youth in Action Programme in the EECA Countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Russian Federation and Ukraine.
Report on the Symposium On Youth Policy in Eastern Europe & Caucasus, Odessa, Ukraine 14-15 July 2011 (EC-CoE Youth Partnership).