"Non-formal learning and education"
>> Issue 11, May 2006
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We thought issue number 10 was the biggest, but it looks like number 11 will provide even more insights, experiences and discussion. This is perhaps not surprising as the theme for this issue is one so close to readers' hearts. Non-formal education and learning – and its recognition in society - is perhaps the common denominator for many of us. Our commitment to it goes alongside our commitment to the young people who participate and benefit from it.
- Education will be global or will not be by Xavi Baro
Coyote Theme – Non Formal Education and Learning
- Milestones for formal and social recognition of non-formal and informal learning in youth work by Hans Joachim Schild and Manfred von Hebel
- Looking for non-formal education in the country side of Estonia by Marit Kannelmae
- European information, young people and non-formal learning by Bob Payne and Raluca Elena Voinea
- A step towards the recognition of Non-formal Education in Serbia and Montenegro by Darko Markovic
- Reforming the concept of education through the recognition of Non-Formal Education. The Position of the European Youth Forum by Peter Torp Madsen
- Youthpass - The European strategy on recognition of non-formal learning in the YOUTH programme by Rita Bergstein
- The 10th anniversary of the Barcelona Declaration in the youth field by Flavia Giovanelli
- YOUTH IN TRANSITION – A brief introduction to training and working in the Eastern Europe and Caucasus area by Tomek Bratek and Andrij Pavlovych
- European Knowledge Centre – where we are and where we are going by Philipp Boetzelen
- YEU and non-formal education – An organisational profile by Nuno da Silva and Marius Ulozas
- Peace & the Warrior spirit by Alan Hayes
- Bring more peace into non-formal education: Peace and violence in learning groups by Szillard Strenner
- Marker 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, May 2006.
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