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Exclusión social de los jóvenes en Europa

Miércoles, 17 Abril 2013 07:19

CoverYouth Social Exclusion and Lessons from Youth Work: Evidence from literature and surveys
This document has been produced by the Eurydice and Policy Support Unit (P9) of the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA).
It is widely recognised that social exclusion produces deep and long-term damage to the living conditions, social and economic participation, emotional life, and health status of young people. It also contributes to the intergenerational transmission of poverty. In turn, insecurity in living standards, political and social isolation, feelings of estrangement and unhealthy lifestyles aggravate pre-existing conditions of social exclusion. This results in a vicious circle where socially excluded young people are in even more danger of suffering from additional material deprivation, social and emotional marginalisation, and health issues, which in turn expose them to more serious risks of exclusion. Almost one out of three young persons between the ages of 18 and 24 is at risk of poverty or social exclusion in the European Union. [+]

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