>> Issue 15, May 2010
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Welcome to Coyote
- Editorial by Jonathan Bowyer
- Social Cohesion and Inclusion of young people by Hanjo Schild
- Social Cohesion – A core value of the Council of Europe by Ralf Rene Weingaertner
- Social Cohesion at the Heart of EU Policy by Pierre Mairesse
Coyote Theme – Social Cohesion
- Rights and Responsibilities in Social Cohesion by Antonia Wulff
- Young People, social inclusion and exclusion within Europe by Tracy Shildrick
- Youth work and social exclusion: learning from history? by Filip Coussee
- Social cohesion, mobility and migration: The refugee youth perspective by Milena Karisic
- Is there life in social work after the riots in France? French youth and social worker confronted with the need for social innovation by Sylvain Abrial
Good Practice in Social Cohesion
- ENTER! A 2-year project on the access to social rights for young people from disadvantaged neighbourhoods by Nadine Lyamouri Bajja
- Quilting and Social Cohesion in Armenia by Lilit Asatryan
- Does Youthpass help you to find a job? by Rita Bergstein
- Ensuring Quality and Safety in International Youth Exchanges by Des Burke
- Facebook and Co. connects people! A laptop or a perfect computer instead of an old fashioned youth centre? by Leo Kasserer
- The Art of Co-Working by Nik Paddison
- Theatre as Rehearsal for Reality: Homage to Augusto Boal by Marija Gajic
- When we could be diving for pearls… Letting go as a trainer - how and when is it possible? Puff the tragic dragon - Where should we be doing these things? by Mark Taylor
- Contributors notes
- Spiffy by Mark Taylor
Many thanks to all those that have contributed to this issue of Coyote.
Published by the Council of Europe and the European Commission, May 2010.
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