"The White Paper and non-formal education"
>> Issue 6, November 2002
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- Welcome to Coyote #6, by Sonja MITTER
- Coyote is Looking Ahead: assessment and plans for the future, by Sonja MITTER
- Celebrating Diversity!, by Tim Merry
- Alphabet of Feelings: "An intervention - prevention programme during and after war", by Stanislava Vuckovic
- Gateway to Work: A look at an employment training course for young people, by Angela Vettraino
Coyote Theme: The White Paper and Non-formal Education
- The White Paper on Youth and lifelong learning strategy: a new impetus for non-formal learning?, by Hans-Jochen Schild
- Non-formal Experiment, by Conchi Gallego
- "It seems that this document could be an excellent tool for youth leaders and youth organisations that feel the need for a clear and coherent youth policy at national and local levels", by Alicja Szpot
- The Impact of the White Paper on Youth on Non-formal Education, by Roisin McCabe and Henrik Södermann
- A new impetus for youth research in Europe? The Commission's White Paper in relation to seeking and using information and knowledge about young people's lives, by Lynne Chisholm
- The White Paper on Youth and the open method of co-ordination: challenges for education, training, research and youth policy construction in Europe, by Peter Lauritzen
Ethics in Training
- Trainers – who do you represent?, by Jonathan Boywer
- Telling Tales, by Mark TAYLOR
- How to do Observations: borrowing techniques from the social sciences to help participants do observations in simulation exercises, by Byrony Hoskins
- Noise annoys, music can be amusing and silence is a rhythm too, 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, November 2002.
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