, Volume 28, Issue 4, pp 643–652 | Cite as

European youth policy in multicultural societies

  • Ingo Richter


Even though the EC-Treaty gives the impression of being unaware of multicultural societies, its regulations can still be interpreted in such a way as to facilitate and even literally call for a European policy giving due consideration to the phase of adolescence in multicultural societies.


European Union Member State Maastricht Treaty Multicultural Society Cultural Minority 
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