To maximise the impact of the EU-CoE youth partnership, the results of its work are disseminated via the following publications
Coyote Magazine is an online magazine to share and give new insights into some of the pressing issues facing young people and youth workers. Published since 1999, it addresses trainers, youth workers, researchers, policy makers and all those who want to know more about the youth field in Europe.
The training kits (T-kits) are methodological publications for trainers and facilitators working with young people, written by teams of field experts. They are easy-to-use thematic educational material designed for training and facilitating learning with groups of young people.
Youth Knowledge Books are edited volumes of empirical, theoretical and practical research on priority topics of the EU-CoE Youth Partnership. They feature contributions from academics and researchers, practitioners, young people and policymakers. They include thematic research publications and two series: History of Youth Work and Perspectives on Youth.
The series included research articles, well-founded essays, or opinion pieces. It aimed to function as an information, discussion, reflection and dialogue forum on European developments in the field of youth policy, youth research and youth work.
Essentials are inspired by the triangle of governance of the youth field, namely: Youth research, Youth policy and Youth work
The Youth Partnership produces a range of studies, handbooks, training guidelines, reflections and analyses on a variety of topics relevant to young people, youth work, youth research and youth policy.