Philipp Boetzelen (ed).

Council of Europe, 2012.

Are you interested in youth policies throughout Europe? Do you want to know more about the youth policy priorities of the European Union and the Council of Europe? Then you should get to know the virtual European Knowledge Centre for Youth Policy (EKCYP). Established by the Partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe in the field of youth and supported by a Europe-wide network of national correspondents, this online database aims to foster evidence based youth policy though the exchange of knowledge between researchers, policy makers and practitioners.

This book provides insight into the knowledge one can obtain through the EKCYP and explains how national correspondents work to contribute up-to-date information.


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The European Knowledge Centre for Youth Policy (EKCYP)

The European Knowledge Centre for Youth Policy (EKCYP) is an on-line database intended to provide the youth sector with a single access point to reliable knowledge and information about young people's situation across Europe. EKCYP aims at enhancing knowledge transfers between the fields of...

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