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The Resource Youth policy in Ukraine : conclusions of the Council of Europe international review team, Ewa Krzaklewska, Howard Williamson, members of the Council of Europe International Youth Policy Review Team

Youth policy in Ukraine : conclusions of the Council of Europe international review team, Ewa Krzaklewska, Howard Williamson, members of the Council of Europe International Youth Policy Review Team

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Youth policy in Ukraine : conclusions of the Council of Europe international review team
Title
Youth policy in Ukraine
Title remainder
conclusions of the Council of Europe international review team
Statement of responsibility
Ewa Krzaklewska, Howard Williamson, members of the Council of Europe International Youth Policy Review Team
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Ukraine is the 19th country overall, and the third of the Commonwealth of Independent States (following Armenia and Moldova) to have its youth policies reviewed by the Council of Europe's interantional review team. Ukraine presented a range of new challenges: it was by far the largest country geographically and it embodied geo-political characteristics (from North t oSouth, and East to West) that are reflected in its philosophy and approach to youth development. This international review explores three issues of particular interest to the Ukrainian authorities: health and healthy lifestyles, employment and employability, and patriotic education and citizenship. In addition, the international review pays special attention to questions of youth participation and engagement, and to those groups of "vulnerable" young people who are most at risk of social exclusion. The review argues for the establishment of a more open development model for youth policy in Ukraine, suported by a clear strategic vision and the strengthening of its commitment to local capacity and autonomy in shaping relevant programmes and projects. In particular, it also advocates the promotion of more diverse methodologies in the implementation of youth policy, based on non-formal learning and skills-development principles."--p. [4] of cover
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SYB
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international or intergovernmental publication
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  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Council of Europe
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  • Krzaklewska, Ewa
  • Williamson, Howard
  • Kivimäe, Anne
  • Dobrovolskaya, Anna
  • Trigona, Anna
  • Tadevosyan, Areg
  • Wootsch, Peter
Series statement
EDC collection
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  • Youth
  • Youth
  • Ukraine
Label
Youth policy in Ukraine : conclusions of the Council of Europe international review team, Ewa Krzaklewska, Howard Williamson, members of the Council of Europe International Youth Policy Review Team
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 175-177)
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Executive summary -- Chapter 1: Background and methodology -- 1.1 International youth policy reviews of the Council of Europe -- 1.2 The Ukraine youth policy review process -- 1.3 Sources of information -- 1.4 Structure of the report -- 1.5 Remarks about the review preparation -- 1.6 Acknowledgements -- Chapter 2: Introduction to Ukraine -- Chapter 3: Youth and youth policy in Ukraine -- 3.1 Defining "youth" -- 3.2 Significance of youth and attitudes towards young people in youth policy -- 3.3 Policy target groups -- 3.4 Conclusion -- Chapter 4: Delivery of youth policy in Ukraine -- 4.1 Main actors of youth policy -- 4.2 Priority themes in youth policy in Ukraine -- 4.3 Making things happen - the implementation of youth policy -- Chapter 5: Health and healthy lifestyles -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Health and youth policy -- 5.3 Programmes addressing the health of young people -- 5.4 Access to health services in rural areas -- 5.5 Healthy lifestyle methodologies -- 5.6 Preventive medicine -- 5.7 Youth-friendly clinics -- 5.8 HIV/AIDS -- 5.9 Sexual and reproductive health -- 5.10 Sport -- 5.11 Health in formal education -- 5.12 Men's health -- Chapter 6: Employment and employability -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Unemployment in Ukraine -- 6.3 State initiatives -- 6.4 Matching skills and labour-market needs -- 6.5 Lifelong learning for employment -- 6.6 Professional orientation -- 6.7 Higher education role in assuring employment -- 6.8 Employment versus employability -- 6.9 Entrepreneurship -- 6.10 Mobility and the brain drain -- Chapter 7: Patriotic education and citizenship -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Understanding patriotic education -- 7.3 Patriotic education that is open for change -- 7.4 Assuring the inclusive character of patriotic education -- 7.5 Participatory methodologies in learning democracy and citizenship -- 7.6 Strengthening the citizenship dimension within patriotic education -- Chapter 8: Youth engagement and participation -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Youth participation -- 8.3 Youth work -- 8.4 Potential of extracurricular activities -- 8.5 Strengthening youth organisations -- 8.6 Recognition of non-formal learning -- 8.7 Creative youth cultures -- Chapter 9: Vulnerability, risk and exclusion -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Vulnerable groups at risk of exclusion -- 9.3 Social protection of youth in Ukraine -- 9.4 Support to selected groups -- 9.5 Housing policy -- 9.6 Access to contraception -- 9.7 Violence -- Chapter 10: Conceptual debates and cross-cutting themes -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Capacity building -- 10.3 Forging constructive links with Europe -- 10.4 Talented youth -- 10.5 Competitions versus co-operation -- 10.6 New technologies, the internet and media -- 10.7 Gender inequalities -- 10.8 Strategic planning in youth policy -- Closing words -- Summary of recommendations -- References -- Appendix 1. Programmes of the visits in Ukraine
Control code
FIEb17497486
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
192 pages
Isbn
9789287176905
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)875276659
Label
Youth policy in Ukraine : conclusions of the Council of Europe international review team, Ewa Krzaklewska, Howard Williamson, members of the Council of Europe International Youth Policy Review Team
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 175-177)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Executive summary -- Chapter 1: Background and methodology -- 1.1 International youth policy reviews of the Council of Europe -- 1.2 The Ukraine youth policy review process -- 1.3 Sources of information -- 1.4 Structure of the report -- 1.5 Remarks about the review preparation -- 1.6 Acknowledgements -- Chapter 2: Introduction to Ukraine -- Chapter 3: Youth and youth policy in Ukraine -- 3.1 Defining "youth" -- 3.2 Significance of youth and attitudes towards young people in youth policy -- 3.3 Policy target groups -- 3.4 Conclusion -- Chapter 4: Delivery of youth policy in Ukraine -- 4.1 Main actors of youth policy -- 4.2 Priority themes in youth policy in Ukraine -- 4.3 Making things happen - the implementation of youth policy -- Chapter 5: Health and healthy lifestyles -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Health and youth policy -- 5.3 Programmes addressing the health of young people -- 5.4 Access to health services in rural areas -- 5.5 Healthy lifestyle methodologies -- 5.6 Preventive medicine -- 5.7 Youth-friendly clinics -- 5.8 HIV/AIDS -- 5.9 Sexual and reproductive health -- 5.10 Sport -- 5.11 Health in formal education -- 5.12 Men's health -- Chapter 6: Employment and employability -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Unemployment in Ukraine -- 6.3 State initiatives -- 6.4 Matching skills and labour-market needs -- 6.5 Lifelong learning for employment -- 6.6 Professional orientation -- 6.7 Higher education role in assuring employment -- 6.8 Employment versus employability -- 6.9 Entrepreneurship -- 6.10 Mobility and the brain drain -- Chapter 7: Patriotic education and citizenship -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Understanding patriotic education -- 7.3 Patriotic education that is open for change -- 7.4 Assuring the inclusive character of patriotic education -- 7.5 Participatory methodologies in learning democracy and citizenship -- 7.6 Strengthening the citizenship dimension within patriotic education -- Chapter 8: Youth engagement and participation -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Youth participation -- 8.3 Youth work -- 8.4 Potential of extracurricular activities -- 8.5 Strengthening youth organisations -- 8.6 Recognition of non-formal learning -- 8.7 Creative youth cultures -- Chapter 9: Vulnerability, risk and exclusion -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Vulnerable groups at risk of exclusion -- 9.3 Social protection of youth in Ukraine -- 9.4 Support to selected groups -- 9.5 Housing policy -- 9.6 Access to contraception -- 9.7 Violence -- Chapter 10: Conceptual debates and cross-cutting themes -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Capacity building -- 10.3 Forging constructive links with Europe -- 10.4 Talented youth -- 10.5 Competitions versus co-operation -- 10.6 New technologies, the internet and media -- 10.7 Gender inequalities -- 10.8 Strategic planning in youth policy -- Closing words -- Summary of recommendations -- References -- Appendix 1. Programmes of the visits in Ukraine
Control code
FIEb17497486
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
192 pages
Isbn
9789287176905
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)875276659

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