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Jóvenes y participación

Young people and participation

In 2015, one in every 10 young people took part in volunteering activities through an organisation, and a similar percentage did so outside of organisations. Among the reasons given for not participating in this type of activities, notable were lack of time among women (23% against 16% of men) and lack of interest among men (21% against 13% of women).

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