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  • 1. Youth is one of the hidden resources of the community and the mobilization which depends on its viability. Society is divided into static and dynamic. Static society which develop gradually slow the type of changes are based mainly on the experience of older generations. They are opposed to the implementation of latent potential of young people. Education in these societies focused on the transmission of tradition. Such a society consciously disregards life spiritual reserves youth, because it does not intend to infringe the existing tradition.
  • 2. seeking new opportunities • In contrast, dynamic, aspiring to new • opportunities, regardless of their dominant social or • political philosophy, based largely on the cooperation with • youth. A special feature of young people is that it is - the animating • mediator, a kind of reserve, to the fore, when such • recovery becomes necessary to adapt to the rapidly changing or • qualitatively new circumstances. • Considering the importance of young people to society, it is necessary to determine the nature • potential, which is this youth, and the forms of integration, • necessary to convert the building into a function. Or simply • to answer the question: what do we mean when we say that the youth is • Animating the mediator.
  • 3. To start denote what constitutes a youth policy. First, it is a very broad multi policy, including a long list of measures that affect the younger generation from the birth to 25 years (kindergarten, family support, education, social security.
  • 4. European strategy for the state youth policy The main reason for the formation of youth policy as a separate direction of social policy is the difficulty of the process of socialization of young people in the modern world. Some of the young people fall out of the general process of adaptation, swells the ranks of marginal elements becomes the source of social instability and crime. Youth policy in Europe is focused both on the youth in general, and the problematic part. Young people, as a rule, is conditionally divided into groups (from 14-18 years to 25- 27 years), which allows more direct measures depending on age.
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  • 6. Youth Policy: The European Experience