Commenting Guide

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Dear Reader,

Thank you for your interest in contributing to the advancement of strategic and legislative documents in the field of youth policy. On this page you will find instructions that will explain how you can leave your comments.

We recommend that your comments be concise, precise and constructive, so that the entire commenting process is productive.

Sincerely,

KOMS team

You noticed the black “squares” on the right side of certain texts?

With them, you can comment paragraphs and/or sentences on documents such as the Law on Youth, the National Youth Strategy, the Action Plan for the Implementation of the NSM 2015 – 2025, etc.

Comments can be input by anyone. Individuals, members and volunteers of organization of/for youth, representatives of civil society organizations, institutions and local self-governments.

Personal information required for commenting are your first and last name, as well as your e-mail address.

When entering comments, we recommend representatives of civil society organizations and institutions to enter the abbreviation of the organization or the institution they represent in the “name” field as a prefix. Also, we recommend youth workers to leave OR prefix with the the name of a civil society organization or institution and representatives of local self-government units prefix JLS.

You can also refer to existing comments, which will surely help readers/coworkers or encourage them to get involved in the discussion. Do this by clicking on the “Reply” button, which will make your comment appear below the one you added.

Personal information required for commenting are your first and last name, as well as your e-mail address.

You can also use the quick-share option, select a specific piece of text and get a shortcut to quickly post it on Twitter, LinkedIn or via e-mail.