"Inclusion and people with disabilities"
>> Issue 8, February 2004
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The theme in this issue follows on from the European Year of people with disabilities 2003. I wonder what impact this had on the European Youth Training world. Did it increase our awareness or change our training methods?
Editorial, by Jonathan Bowyer
- Youth Researchers and Youth workers, by Bryony Hoskins, Paul Kloosterman, Gavan Titley and Sharon Holder
- Euro med training strategy Turkey, by Asuman Goksel
Coyote Theme - Inclusion
- Integrating Young People with fewer opportunities, by Louis Leroux
- Fighting social exclusion, by Bea Roberts and Tom Croft
- Integration of YP with disabilities into European training events, by Karina Chupina
- Dissolving financial barriers is not enough, by Marianne Schapmans
- Sport trio II - large scale action 5, by Anne Storz
The Coyote Spirit
- Demystifying spirituality in training, by Arturas Deltuva
- Marker, by Mark Taylor
The Adventures of Spiffy N°8
- Spiffy moves into mind maps, 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, February 2004.
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