Over the past decade there has been increasing interest in the relationships between youth policy making, youth research and practice with and by young people. Sometimes referred to as the ‘magic triangle’ that has the potential to strengthen all corners if there are effective lines of communication and dialogue, there are also reservations about the connections between the ‘corners’. The interest in ‘evidence-based practice’, for example, is not always matched by a commitment to ‘practice-based evidence’. This book, drawing on contributions at an EU seminar during the Luxembourg presidency, debates the links between research, policy and practice, and their roles in knowledge production, analysis and dissemination as the engine for more effective and relevant youth policy in Europe
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