Issue 9 (August 2004)
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One thing that strikes me about this issue is the openness and honesty of many of our contributors. They have each in their own way revealed something of themselves for our benefit and for the benefit of those we work with.
- Editorial, by Jonathan Bowyer
- What about youth political participation? Research into policy on practice, by Byrony Hoskins
- A training course during Ramadan - How? by Heba Al Taibi
- What is behind the paperwork? by Peter Barendse
- Imre Töviskes (Hungary), by Leen Laconte
Coyote Theme - Human Rights Education
- How to make Human Rights - Education really come alive, by Jana Tikalova
- Translating Compass into Italian: a voyage of discovery, by Paola Bortini
- Human Rights Education: practical methodologies, by the "Compass team" - Part 1 - Part 2
- The training strategy of the European Youth Forum, by Luiza Bara
- Cooperation in the field of youth: a shared european priority, by Balazs Hidvéghi
The Coyote Spirit
- Life is a dance floor, by Pip Wilson
- The use of role-play in a Salto'temm training course, by Yiota Kamaratos
- Can we push dynamics? by Mark Taylor
The Adventures of Spiffy N°9
- Spiffy gets emotionally intelligent, 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, August 2004.
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