"The Power of volunteering"
>> Issue 17, July 2011
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- Edito: Hello readers! by Mark Taylor
- Volunteers in the revolutions by Corinne Grassi, Emilie Petit, Taymour Senbel, Marwa Turki with the great support of Reem Kassem
- The challenges of volunteering for young people in MEDA countries: steps for a future wave of co-operation. An interview of Bernard Abrignani by Frederica Demicheli
- The art of volunteering by Marlyse Pöschl Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4
- Volunteering. Why does it matter ? by Gabriella Civico
- The European Year of Volunteering. The view from the European Commission by John Macdonald
- Love Volunteering. Love by Gülesin Nemutlu Ünal
- ‘This is for Liberia' by Sarah-Jane Mongo
- IYV + 10, from 2001 to 2011 so what ? by Philip Sen
- The price of volunteering by Delon Pereira
- A rights-based approach to volunteering! by Magdalena Kurz
- The economic value of volunteering by Andrea Melania Nagy
- Online volunteering doesn't ask much by Darko Buldioski
- After the earthquake in Lorca by Agnieszka Byrczek
- Positively impacting society through employee community engagement by Jenny Todd
- An invitation to enter the zone of co-operation… by people with no common sense by Marios Epaminondas
- Marker : who is the coach ? by Mark Taylor
- Froggy the frog is looking for a friend (or when geometry meets learning styles) by Gisele Evrard
- Notes on contributors
- The adventures of Spiffy
Many thanks to all those that have contributed to this issue of Coyote.
Published by the Council of Europe and the European Commission, July 2011.
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