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KCI등재 학술저널

Direction of Korean Youth Policy Seen through Youth Guarantee and AmeriCorps: Policy Proposal That Does Not Miss Out on Vulnerable Groups

Direction of Korean Youth Policy Seen through Youth Guarantee and AmeriCorps: Policy Proposal That Does Not Miss Out on Vulnerable Groups

Youth period has become much longer than before, and difficulties lurk in various areas such as society, economy, jobs, human relationships, and family issues. In order to properly understand the lives of young people and prepare policies that can be understood by young people, we investigated the cases of the European Union's Youth Guarantee System and the AmeriCorps of USA. The EU implemented the Youth Guarantee in 2013, and the United States reorganized its youth policy in 2008, the 20th anniversary of the launch of the Youth Policy Forum. The characteristic of both systems is that they address the problems of youth in general and face the problems of vulnerable groups. Although it may seem a bit loose as a benefit-type policy for the vulnerable, it aims for a long-term strategy based on the inclusion of vulnerable youth in the overall youth population. Our country's youth policy is just getting started. We investigated Seoul City's youth policy, which is known to be the most active among the policies of the central government and local governments in the early stages of the policy. Based on the current policy, we hope to prepare a policy that includes the voices of young people and provides equal support to vulnerable groups.

Introduction

Framework Act on Youth, Korea

EU: Youth Guarantee System

USA: AmeriCorps

Seoul Metropolitan Government’s Youth Policy

Discussion

References

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