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- Edito. By Mark E. Taylor
- A beginner’s guide to multiple discrimination “Hell is other people”. By Barbara Giovanna Bello and Mark E. Taylor
- The first step to combating multiple discrimination: let’s talk about it! By Mara Georgescu
- Challenging chairs. By Marlies Pöschl
- A social system at stake. By Susanne Shomali
- We need more data! Exploring multiple discrimination through quantitative research. By Giorgio Zecca and Barbara Giovanna Bello
- The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights and multiple discrimination. By Barbara Giovanna Bello
- Combating multiple discrimination: ECRI’s work. By Stefano Valenti
- Children in conflict with the law: a case of discrimination? By Jonathan Evans
- Understanding intersectional discrimination: the situation of young black men. By Iyiola Solanke
- Including intersectional identities in Scotland. By Sam Rankin
- Let’s play courtroom - How do we fight against multiple discrimination? By Barbara Giovanna Bello
- Multiple discrimination and disability. By Zara Todd
- From multiple discrimination to intersectionality: IGLYO’s approach. By Jordan Long
- PeerThink - Tools and resources for the intersectional prevention of peer violence. By Olaf Stuve
- The need for a safe place: Roma, Gypsy and Traveller LGBTIQ people online. By Lucie Fremlova
- Work in progress: youth work addressing multiple discrimination. By Mara Georgescu
- MARKER / Are we ready for “inner readiness”? By Mark E. Taylor
- Notes on contributors / Spiffy
Many thanks to all those that have contributed to this issue of Coyote.
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