Issue 23 - December 2015
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- Edito. By Mark E.Taylor
- How to give birth to the 2nd European Youth Work Convention. By Jan Vanhee
- Ladies and gentlemen... we have a declaration! By Sarah Farndale
- We have had a dream - At and after the 2015 Convention. By Hanjo Schild and Marta Medlinska
- It's alright - Youth work works in mysterious ways. By Darko Markovic
- Youth work: global perspectives from South Africa and Quebec. By Sarah Farndale
- Graphic facilitation, or how to catch (wild) ideas. By Gülesin Nemutlu Unal and Marlies Pöschl
- From self-reflection to recognition. By Eliza Popper
- Selling youth work. By Eliza Popper
- Will youth work really change the world? By Van Caimere and Sarah Farndale
- To support or to empower? Maybe that is the question. By Gülesin Nemutlu Unal
- Interprofessional collaboration: easy to agree with, difficult to implement. By Lasse Siurala
- Smells like teen spirit. By Wendy Salmon
- Not knowing, or "knot knowing"? Can a Blackstar help us? By Mark E.Taylor
- 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, December 2015.
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