"First European Youth Work Convention"
>> Coyote extra, July 2010
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This extra edition is financed by the Division for Youth, Agency for Socio-Cultural Work for Youth and Adults
- Edito: Hello readers! by Mark Taylor
- The importance of youth work by Belgian Presidency of the Council of the European Union Youth
- Youth work in great demand by Ralf-Rene Weingaertner
- Youth work in the European Union political agenda by Pierre Mairesse
- The origins of the youth worker/leader by Karen Jacobs
- The saint, the poet, the lord and the cardinal- Learning from youth work's history by Filip Coussée
- The right to play and have fun in youth and community work by Hanjo Schild, Loreta Senkute, Jan Vanhee
- Placing youth work in Europe as evidence-based practice. Taking the messages from Rotterdam to Ghent by Pink Hilverdink & Ellen Meijer
- Youth work for all? by Tony Geudens
- Linking youth or hot potatoes? by Marta Medlinska
- Knowing our competence: only good to help increase competition between us!? by Mark Taylor
- The impact of youth work: questions, questions, questions by Jonathan Bowyer
- Do you recognise me? Who recognises us? by Mark Taylor
- Apparently Albert Einstein said... Imagination is more important than knowledge by Jonathan Bowyer
- Where the young people are in Ghent by Bart Tembuyser
- To be or not to be... supported, is that a question? by Karen Jacobs
- Have we got your ideas flying?!
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