>> Issue 13, February 2008
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- Editorial, by Jonathan Bowyer
- In memoriam Peter Lauritzen – an inspirer and a challenger by Hans-Joachim Schild
Coyote Theme – Intercultural Dialogue
- Against the waste of experiences in intercultural learning by Rui Gomes & Teresa Cunha
- Is discontent the first necessity for progress? by Silvia Volpi
- The Trinity: Religion, Culture and Identity. The known and unknown by Julia-Maria Koszewska
- Putting faith in dialogue by Simon Forester
- Excuse me, is this the way to intercultural competence? Competencies – Intercultural Dialogue European Youth Work by Hanne Kleinemas
- Gender mainstreaming in Intercultural Dialogue by Mariam Yassin Hagi-Yussuf
Institutional perspectives on ICD
- Council of Europe: Cherish diversity, don't fear your neighbour by Gabriella Battaini-Dragoni
- European Commission: the European Year of Intercultural Dialogue by Monica Urian de Sousa
- European Youth Forum: the Youth Perspective! Political climate for intercultural dialogue by Jovana Bzerkovska
Best practice and methodologies
- Intercultural Dialogue Through Sport by Jean-Luc Frast
- Exploring the use of the Arts in intercultural and interreligious dialogue by Meg Rybicki
- Intercultural evenings in training - are we floating, diving or sinking? by Laimonas Ragauskas
- E-learning and non formal education – making the connection by Gabriella Civico
- Update on the European Portfolio for youth workers and leaders by Claude Bodeving
- Update on the Partnership publications
- Spirituality and flying! by Nizar Ghanem
Many thanks to all those that have contributed to this issue of Coyote.
Published by the Council of Europe and the European Commission, February 2008.
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