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The main focus of the short research-based review of regional support for organising youth information and counselling services was to find out in which direction it is necessary to develop the offer of support.
The Council of Europe’s protects and promote the human rights of children and young people under 18 years old within its Children’s Rights Division and works in cooperation with various stakeholders and youth information services as well as ERYICA.
In 2017, the Erasmus+ KA2 Project Future Youth Information Toolbox conducted a survey across Europe, with a view to study the information behaviour and needs of young people, and their experiences with youth information and counselling services.