INFOYOUTH - Worldwide Information Network on Youth Related Issues (INFOYOUTH)
INFOJEUNESSE - Réseau mondial d'information sur les questions de jeunesse (INFOJEUNESSE)
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1992, within the framework of B-XB3383 - UNESCO, as an international information and data exchange network on youth. Previously also referred to as UNESCO Infoyouth Network - Réseau Infojeunesse de l'UNESCO -- Red Infojuve de la UNESCO (INFOJUVE).
Support universal access to information, local content production and regional and inter-regional interaction by means of ICTs in order to create knowledge, experience and analyses underlying youth policies and issues and make them available to all; enable decision-makers to keep up to date on current trends and issues relating to young people; promote cultural and language diversity; provide access to information and preventative education support in the global effort against HIV/AIDS; raise awareness and facilitate initiation and training of young people in ICT skills, particularly in disadvantaged areas and post-conflict zones; support efforts of youth to foster a culture of peace, tolerance, sustainable development and quality of life.
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Steering Committee, comprising representatives from UNESCO and French individuals. Operated by Institut national de la jeunesse et de l'éducation populaire (INJEP), France.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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