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>> Issue 19, June 2013
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- Edito: Hello readers! by Mark Taylor
- Mobilisation of Arab youth: an experience and a form of political participation by Khalil Raihani with Karim Kasim
- Occupy European youth work? by Gavan Titley online enquiry edited by Mara Georgescu
- How are human rights put into practice by youth organisations? Human rights education and contributions to a culture of human rights by Gisèle Evrard and Mara Georgescu
- Language (r)evolution: gendered, gender-less, gender-neutral, gender-free by Micah Grzywnowicz
- How can one ENTER the land of social rights? by Thierry Dufour and Mara Georgescu
- 1, 2, 3, 4,unemployed, 1, 2, 3, 4 by Dr Beatrix Niemeier
- Still waiting for peace by Ragip Zik and Cécile Barbeit
- Youth work in countries of crisis Spotlights on the consequences by Aleksandra Maldžiski
- When family support fails: reducing the risk of social exclusion of young people by Dagmar Kutsar, Helena Helve and Ewa Krzaklewska
- What do they think we do? by Darko Markovic
- MARKER: The short story by Mark Taylo
- Notes on contributors
- The adventures of Spiffy: Spiffy gets hot!
Many thanks to all those that have contributed to this issue of Coyote.
Published by the Council of Europe and the European Commission, June 2013.
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