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Get an overview of each of the DDRC’s publication formats: news, policy briefs, and downloads. Together, we call them resources.
News items are brief updates from the scientific community. Policy briefs provide data- and fact-based answers to questions important to youth policymaking—all online. Downloads are all youth-related documents by practitioners, politicians and scientists, which you can view here collectively.
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Recommended external search engines
The nice thing about open-access literature: you can also search for it yourself!
Here we offer useful search engines for your literature search.
Our two most important recommendations:
On orbilu.uni.lu you will find all publications from the University of Luxembourg. Our advice: use the advanced search functions.
Recommended external youth databases
Have you searched everywhere? Are you missing some youth-specific databases?
Then we have the following tips for you:
STATEC – The Luxembourg Statistics Portal contains all the hard figures about Luxembourg – and of course about the young people who live here in the country.
EnfanceJeunesse is an online portal on non-formal education in Luxembourg under the responsibility of the Ministry of Education, Childhood and Youth.
Mémorial is the official gazette of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg that publishes all legal texts. Filter for legal norms specific to youth there.
Youth Work Translator
IJAB’s translation tool translates youth-related terms from and to French, English – and even Greek and Chinese.
IATE is the terminology database of the European institutions. Discover important terms from European youth policy.
Publications Office of the EU
Find statistical data, legal texts and research programs from all EU member states.