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A comparative review of policy and legislation framework for youth participation in the Balkans was conducted within the implementation of the project Balkan regional platform for youth participation and dialogue, implemented by The European Association for Local Democracy (ALDA),and the Balkan Local Democracy Agencies (LDAs) in 5 targeted countries in the Balkans (Serbia, Kosovo, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia). The purpose of the comparative review is to gather evidence on existing policies and practices in the youth field in the countries concerned, and to identify challenges in the implementation processes regarding youth participation in order to inform the future programming especially targeting youth in vulnerable situations. Based on evidence, the project aims to establish a network of organisations that will contribute in structuring regional thematic cooperation and coordination between civil society and public authorities from targeted countries to improve environment for youth activism and participation, in particular of young people with fewer opportunities. The publication is available for download here.

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