Review of Youth Policy in the Slovak Republic

The Youth Directorate of the Council of Europe has published the results of the review of youth policy in the Slovak Republic with UP2YOUTH's Andreas Walther being part of the review team.

The international review process was established to fulfil three distinct objectives:

  • to advise on national youth policy;
  • to identify components which might combine to form a harmonised approach to youth policy across Europe; and
  • to contribute to a learning process in relation to the development and implementation of youth policy.

The Youth Directorate of the Council of Europe embarked on its international review of national youth policies in 1997. The Slovak Republic, at its own request, is the 12th country to be the focus of an international review. This report includes information gathered by the international review team as well as its analyses and recommendations concerning the development, perspectives and challenges for the future of youth policy in the Slovak Republic.
Review report
The report is published as:

Peter Lauritzen, Bjorn Jaaberg Hansen, Anthony Azzopardi, Andreas Walther, Alexandra Raykova, Dietrich Baenziger: Youth policy in the Slovak Republic. Strasbourg: Council of Europe 2007.
ISBN: 978-92-871-6228-1

It can be obtained through every bookshop or at the Council of Europe online bookshop.

Last Updated ( Friday, 05 September 2008 )