Report of the Taskforce on Active Citizenship

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Report of the Taskforce on Active Citizenship:

Recorded in July 2016

Taskforce on Active Citizenship

Contributors

Author: Government of Ireland

Publisher: Taskforce on Active Citizenship

Date: 2007

Geographic Coverage: Ireland

Type of Resource: Policy (International, Regional and/or Domestic)

Sector/setting: Government

Vulnerable groups: Children, Young People

Developed with children and young people? No

Type of participation: Practice (International, Regional and/or Domestic)

Availability: Open Access

Keywords: Children, Democratic Process, Participation

Introduction

In this Report, we set out our vision of what it means to be an active citizen – and how individuals might be supported and encouraged to be active citizens. This is a big task – and we don’t pretend to have all the answers. Progress will need continued support from all sectors of society. We also make recommendations to Government. Rather than trying to cover every possible factor which affects Active Citizenship, we have focused on a limited number of specific actions which we believe will make a difference.