The National Youth Strategy 2014 – 2020 determines the strategic goals of youth policy which are then specified in operational goals and specific measures. The issue of youth information is covered in second strategic goal of the Strategy – “To facilitate equal access of children and youth to information”. However the topic of youth information is cross-sectional and appears in other strategic goals as well.
The Youth Information System Development Framework in the Czech Republic defines among other things the role of the national coordinator of the youth information system which is the National Youth Information Centre.
A distinctive part in the systemic support of children and, more specifically, young people play the Youth Information Centres. They are open to the public and provide advisory services and information sorted according to a unified classification scheme free of charge. Youth Information Centres and services they provide are intended not only for the young generation, especially for non-organised children and youth, but also for youth workers, teachers, parents and general public.