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6. Declaration on Social Progress and Development (1969)
(Proclaimed by the General Assembly, resolution 2542 (XXIV), A/RES/24/2542, 11 December 1969)

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PART II

OBJECTIVES

Social progress and development shall aim at the continuous raising of the material and spiritual standards of living of all members of society, with respect for and in compliance with human rights and fundamental freedoms, through the attainment of the following main goals:

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Article 11

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(d) The education of youth in, and promotion among them of, the ideals of justice and peace, mutual respect and understanding among peoples; the promotion of full participation of youth in the process of national development;

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PART III

MEANS AND METHODS

On the basis of the principles set forth in this Declaration, the achievement of the objectives of social progress and development requires the mobilization of the necessary resources by national and international action, with particular attention to such means and methods as:

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Article 15

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(c) Mobilization of public opinion, at both national and international levels, in support of the principles and objectives of social progress and development;

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