"Youth training in Europe"
>> Issue 4, June 2001
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- Welcome to Coyote #4, by Sonja Mitter
News from the European Institutions
- A Training Strategy for the YOUTH Programme of the European Commission, by Frank Marx
- SALTO-YOUTH – Tasks and Programme 2001, by Bernard Abrignani
Focus : How to Become a Trainer in European Youth Work…
- "Am I the trainer? But I am the one who is learning!", by Finn Denstad
- How did I become a European trainer?, by Henrike Eisfeld
- My journey to the Planet of Training, by Nora Ganescu
- Empowerment Training with Minority Youth Leaders at European Level, by Mohamed Haji-Kella
- Client Participation in Youth Care – Slowed down by underdeveloped education and training of social pedagogues (or social workers)?, by Hayo de Vries
- How Small Is the World? A Course in Global Interdependence, by Ndungu Kahihu
- Euro-African Network: A Training Course in Cape Town Opens New Paths for Intercultural Learning and Youth Working, by Davide Tonon and Michelangelo Belletti
- Values, Training and the Environment, by Stefan Bužarovski
- Taking Training to the Markets: How to Be Looking Good, by Martin Schneider
Ethics in Training
- Head in the Stars but Feet on the Ground - Or How Can the Experience of an International Meeting be Transferred to a Local Context?, by Sylvain Abrial
- International youth activities: Where do you stand?, by Sylvain Abrial and Mark Taylor
- A Basic Guide to Organising Events for All, by Sylviane Jeanty
Coyote Meets Trainers
- An Interview with Simona Molari, by Leen Laconte
- "Leave them alone!", 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, June 2001.
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