youth work, national planning, youth policy, young people, Youth, education, culture, Centres of Excellence, internationality, social exclusion, inclusion
The national youth work and youth policy programme (VANUPO) is a statutory cross-administrative programme adopted by the Government every four years with the aim of improving the conditions in which young people live and grow. In this programme, the Government defines its youth policy objectives and the measures for attaining them. In addition, it sets out the policies for youth work, including the priorities of national youth work centres of expertise as well as the national objectives for European and international activities in the youth field. The programme is adopted as a Government resolution.