Consejo Asesor Internacional de la Juventudes Rurales (CAJIR)
International Advisory Council for Rural Youth
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1971 Washington DC USA
1971, Washington DC (USA), by the Secretariat General of D-XD3030 - OAS. Previously also referred to as Consejo Asesor Iberoamericano para la Juventud Rural (CAIJR); Consejo Asesor de la Juventud Rural de Ibero-América. Since 1991, located in Dominican Republic.
Reduce the gap between rural and urban youth; develop alternatives means of incorporating young people in employment and income generating activities; implement programs to increase their participation in democratic processes and their involvement, with adults, in rescuing cultural values, in community development and in life quality improvement activities.
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General Assembly, comprising 2 representatives from each member country, one from NGOs and the other from public sector organizations working with youth. Regional areas (6): North America; Central America; CARICOM and other Caribbean Countries; Andean Zone; Southern Cone; European Countries. Board of Directors, comprising the Presidents of the six regional areas. CAJIR Secretary General acts as ex-officio Secretary of the Board of Directors.
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