>> Issue 3, December 2000
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- Welcome to Coyote, by Sonja Mitter
The Partnership between the European Commission and the Council of Europe
- Reflections from a Partnership Training Course: Volunteering in Transition - Or why I don't need 1960s idealists to tell me all about it, by Luis Amorim
- Partnership News: There's a new kit in town
- Participants said - More Attention Should be Goven to Gender Issues in All Kinds of Training, by Erzsebet Kovacs and Paul Kloosterman
- Changes in the Weather - Training for hand-over in youth organisations, by György Lissauer
- Going Back to Awareness, by Linas Kukuraitis
- Formal and Non-Formal Education in Higher Education - The MA Comparative European Social Studies (MACESS) as an example, by Nol Reverda
- After European Youth Work, by Hrönn Pétursdottir
- Training for Euro-Mediteranean Cooperation, by Bas Auer. Participants' Impressions of the Training Course
Ethics in Training
- Resistance in Non-formal Education, by Mette Bram
- The Role of Internet in Youth Work, by Michael Enzo Kultus
- Internet: Where do you stand?, by Mark Taylor
Coyote Meets Trainers
- An Interview with Ginny Lun, by Leen Laconte
- It's About Time, by Mark Taylor
Many thanks to all those that have contributed to this issue of Coyote.
Published by the Council of Europe and the European Commission, December 2000.
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