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To get the idea how youth can participate in all stages of policy making process take a look at this table from OECD’s Toolkit “Development Policy Tools, Evidence-based Policy Making for Youth Well-being”, which offers a good overview of different forms of youth participation which can be applied in all stages of the policy making model from Howlett & Ramesh specifically addressed to forms of youth participation:
Source: OECD’s Toolkit “Development Policy Tools, Evidence-based Policy Making for Youth Well-being”.
Chapter 8: Engaging youth in policy making processes
Also, take a look at the section “Engaging Youth in the Policy Cycle'', which provides concrete examples from different countries.
Reading this, reflect on the following answer:
What’s your government’s most common way of engaging youth in the policy making process?