A magazine about important issues in and around youth work in Europe and beyond. Published by the EU-CoE youth partnership once or twice a year, it is addressed to practitioners, leaders of youth organisations, researchers and policy makers. Articles come from all of those target groups and the magazine is enriched occasionally by outside voices too.

 

Issue 23 - December 2015
Issue 23 - December 2015
Issue 23 - December 2015
Issue 23 - December 2015
Issue 21 - September 2014
Issue 21 - September 2014
Issue 19 (June 2013)
Issue 19 (June 2013)
Issue 17 (July 2011)
Issue 17 (July 2011)
Coyote extra (July 2010)
Coyote extra (July 2010)
Issue 14 (March 2009)
Issue 14 (March 2009)
Issue 12 (April 2007)
Issue 12 (April 2007)
Issue 10 (May 2005)
Issue 10 (May 2005)
Issue 8 (February 2004)
Issue 8 (February 2004)
Issue 6 (November 2002)
Issue 6 (November 2002)
Issue 4 (June 2001)
Issue 4 (June 2001)
Issue 2 (May 2000)
Issue 2 (May 2000)
Issue 0 (July 1999)
Issue 0 (July 1999)

Issue 5 (January 2002)

Journeys to the south-eastern parts of Europe and beyond, to Central Asia and North Africa

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Issue 1 (December 1999)

Methodological reflections, training strategies and results in youth work

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Our publications Our publications

Perspectives on youth

Perspectives on youth is a new series on youth policy, research and practice supported by the EU-CoE Youth Partnership, moving forward debates on youth and having a European/ international relevance

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T-kits

The T-kits are thematic publications written by experienced youth trainers. They are easy-to-use handbooks for use in training and study sessions

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Youth Knowledge Books

The youth knowledge books are the outcome of research seminars and expert workshops on priority topics of the EU-CoE youth partnership.

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ATTE Series

Advanced Training for Trainers in Europe (ATTE) is a part-time programme for trainers active in training youth multipliers. ATTE was implemented successfully as a pilot course from November 2001 to October 2003, involving 30 trainers from 21 countries, it is innovative in its approach,...

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