Visegrad Youth

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This report is written within the Poland’s Presidency of the Visegrad Group (V4), which takes place between July 2012 and June 2013. The Visegrad Group (also known as the Visegrad Four or simply V4), formed on 15th February 1991, is constituted by the Czech Republic (CZ), Hungary (HU), Poland (PL) and Slovakia (SK). The group “reflects the efforts of the countries of the Central European region to work together in a number of fields of common interest within the all-European integration.” The aim of the report is to provide the reader with a comparative analytical review of the situation of young people in these countries for the prospective development of youth policy in the region of the Central Europe. The report is to present the specific situation of this region and indicate some good practices from the region for consideration of the other countries. As the V4 countries, similarly to other European countries, are faced with new challenges caused by economic and financial crises, they continue to search for varying solutions to appearing issues. Therefore, the exchange of ideas within youth policy field appears critical.


Eva Krzaklewska

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