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>> Issue 21, September 2014
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- Edito. By Mark E. Taylor
- Youth information and counselling in Croatia – The way we do it! By Vedrana Bilicic and Ivan Medic
- Imagining “Imagine”. By Marlies Pöschl
- Thessaloniki 2014 European Youth Capital: a city, a title and youth information and counselling services. By Matina Magkou
- A golden triangle on white chairs. By Matina Magkou
- Compendium on youth information and counselling. By Evaldas Rupkus
- Small country – Big ambitions. By Fiona McIntyre
- Youth Advisors and youth information: a peer-to-peer approach. By Vera Hoogsteyns
- #definitiveinfo #kesinbilgi Young people informing young people. By Gülesin Nemutlu Unal
- Imaginary museum of possibly broken partnerships. By Mark E. Taylor and Marlies Pöschl
- Perspectives on online youth information and counselling. By Jaana Fedotoff and Mika Pietilä
- Youth information worker : a profile. By Imre Simon
- How do the regional SALTOs see youth information? By Andriy Pavlovych, Bernard Abrignani, Federica Demicheli, and Sonja Mitter, Mark E. Taylor
- Vox Pop – Tell me how it works there and I’ll see how it can work here. By Matina Magkou
- Working one-to-one with young people. By Jane Westergaard
- Marker / LEARN and "trous en formation". By Mark E. Taylor
- Notes on Contributors
Many thanks to all those that have contributed to this issue of Coyote.
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Perspectives on youth is a new series on youth policy, research and practice supported by the EU-CoE Youth Partnership, moving forward debates on youth and having a European/ international relevance
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The youth knowledge books are the outcome of research seminars and expert workshops on priority topics of the EU-CoE youth partnership.
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