>> 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.


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Coyote Theme – Non Formal Education and Learning


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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, May 2006.

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