"What's XTREME about youth"
>> Issue 20, February 2014
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- Edito By Mark E Taylor
- Youth extremism. Do labels create reality? By Darko Markovic
- Escaping or shaping reality? On youth, extremism and democracy By Filip Coussée
- Challenging what is "normal". Some controversies concerning norms, normality and the conventional in the context of youth. By Darko Pejović
- Youth extremism in Northern Ireland. Why now? By Clare Cosgrove
- My kid is an extremist. By Gisele Evrard and Filip Coussée
- Edgeryders: towards de-ideologising the "radical". By Noemi Salantiu
- No Hate Speech Movement. A campaign of young people for human rights online. By Rui Gomes
- Morrissey made me do it! Popular music and extremism. Views from Italian kitchens. By Giacomo Bottà
- Did you know that? Youth and extrem(es/ism) in statistics. By Thomas Spragg
- The survival guide of the dogmatic facilitator. By Gisele Evrard, Darko Markovic and Mark E. Taylor
- Babies in non-formal education: thought-provoking testimony of a peer trainer. By Kateryna Shalayeva
- Flictionary – Towards a more visual language. By Torben Grocholl
- Do trainers need emotional intelligence? By Darko Markovic
- Recogntion of non-formal learning solutions at the grassroots level. By Jo Peeters
- Coyote gets to 20!!
- Peace in our time? How many is enough in a team? By Mark E Taylor
- Notes on contributors
Many thanks to all those that have contributed to this issue of Coyote.
Published by the Council of Europe and the European Commission, February 2014.
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