YouthWiki is an online encyclopedia in the field of national youth policies. The platform is a comprehensive database of national structures, policies, and actions that support young people.
YouthWiki's goal is to provide comprehensive comparative information on Youth Policy and Good Practices that will serve as the basis for evidence-based policy and reduce the need for ad hoc studies.
The content of YouthWiki is based on the policy priorities set by the European Commission and the Member States in the framework of European cooperation in the field of youth. In particular, it supports the main commitments and policy development at the European level for the areas of action identified in the EU Youth Strategy.
Who is it for:
YouthWiki is designed for decision-makers and national policymakers, public authorities, research centers, experts, students, researchers, and the like.
The main source of information is the official documents that originate from the national authorities at the highest level in the field of youth, i.e., the authorities responsible for youth policy in each country.
Assist the European Commission and its Member States in decision-making by providing information on reforms and initiatives. Provides information exchange and innovative approaches and can support peer learning activities.
Timely updated data and information related to the national youth policies of the 32 countries participating in YouthWiki. That is, it provides a comparative analysis of the reforms and trends in the political orientations in the participating countries.
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