>> Issue 0, July 1999
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- The story of Coyote, by Carol-Ann Morris
The Partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe
- Best wishes from the institutions
- The partnership on European youth worker training : A framework for a joint development based on long-standing co-operation, by Sonja Mitter
- Partnership programme 1999
Pools and networks of trainers
- The European Youth Forum pool of trainers : why? who? what? where?, by Carol-Ann Morris
Between Europe and my community
- Young Roma and their Communities : Training can make a difference, by Alexandra Raykova
- The patchwork of Roma culture : Exploring a world of diversity, by Demetrio Gomez-Avilo
- European training courses : A springboard for locally-based European projects, by Pascal Chaumette
- Coyote meets trainers: an interview with Kristina Kovaite, by Leen Laconte
- Aliens on the Balkans : Trainer ?!! What on earth is that!, by Lucija Popovska
- The Albatross Dilemna, by Mark Taylor
- To walk in your shoes...: Training course on intercultural learning, by Claudia Schachinger
- Intercultural learning in European youth work : Some east-west perspectives, by Juliana Roth
- Methodological developments in intercultural learning through language, by John O'Regan and John Waterman
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Many thanks to all those that have contributed to this issue of Coyote.
Published by the Council of Europe and the European Commission, July 1999.
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