"European Year of Education through sport"
>> Issue 10, May 2005
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It has taken a while to produce it but we hope you find the content worth the wait. It is the biggest issue yet and the last of the second covenant between the Council of Europe and European Commission on training in the youth field. We do hope to continue into the new covenant so watch out for issue number 11 later in the year.
- Editorial, by Jonathan Bowyer
- Quality in Training – Myth or Mystery? by Andreas Karsten
- The secret of a tasty training Paella by Marc Garcia
- Organisation training strategy - Lithuanian Youth Council by Gaja Bartuseviciute
Coyote Theme - Year of Education Through Sport
- All hands on Deck by Jarrko Soininen and Nienke Dijkstra
- Movement in training and the training movement by Jean Luc Frast and Jacob Schouenborg
- ICL through sport - ENGSO by Rosemary Paul-Chopin
- Fan Clubs by Vasili Petrakov
- Council of Europe Directorate of Youth and Sport by Goran Buldioski
- European knowledge Centre by Bryony Hoskins
- SALTO Training Calendar by Tanja Kaltenborn
- Developing the Euromed T-Bag by Bernard Abrignani
- Spirituality in Human Rights Training in India by Kanwal Preet Kaur
- Favouritism and the closeness-distance balance by Georges Wagner
- Den Helder to Beirut - a love story by Mathieu van der Hert
- Plan B - a simulation reality exercise by Jo Claeys
- Turning session outlines into "Modules" by Goran Buldioski
- Mistakes, boats, love, acronyms and the power of triangle by Mark Taylor
The Adventures of Spiffy N°10
- Spiffy goes on holiday, by Mark Taylor and the Big family
Many thanks to all those that have contributed to this issue of Coyote.
Published by the Council of Europe and the European Commission, May 2005.
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