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EACEA National Policies Platform


1. Youth Policy Governance

1.8 Cross-border cooperation

Last update: 27 March 2024
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  1. Cooperation with European countries
  2. International cooperation

Cooperation with European countries

The Republic of Croatia regularly participates in meetings of the Youth Working Party (K2) at the European Union level, as well as in Youth Conferences and DG Meetings.

The Republic of Croatia is a signatory of the Partial Agreement on Youth Mobility through the Youth Card and it is a member of the Board of Coordination of the Partial Agreement.

Advisory Board of Youth of the Republic of Croatia as National Youth Council manages activities in international cooperation and proposes a representative of the Advisory Board in the bodies of European and international youth organizations, in cooperation with the state administration body responsible for youth.


International cooperation

A Memorandum on Cooperation in the Youth Sector was signed among the former Ministry of Demography, Family, Youth and Social Policy of the Republic of Croatia (the competent state body for youth until mid-2020), the Ministry of Youth and Sports of Ukraine, and the Ministry of Youth and Sports of Azerbaijan Republic.

The Government of the Republic of Croatia signed a Memorandum of Understanding concerning Youth Mobility with the Government of Canada.