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Welcome to Coyote#18 (June 2012)cover

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Contents :

Edito: Hello readers! by Mark Taylor

Viii! Very important inspriring inputs! by Tarek Amraoui and Tatevik Margaryan and Gabriela Solomon

From Pathways to Pathways 2.0 by Hanjo Schild

Finding your own recognition adventure by Darko Markovic and Gülesin Nemutlu Ünal

Processing the "Strasbourg Process". An interview by Darko Markovic with Jan Vanhee, European Steering Committee for Youth (CDEJ) and Manfred von Hebel, Youth in Action National Agency, Germany

Mirroring views from outside by Darko Markovic

Hmmm... continuing work on recognition? What for? by the Coyote editorial team

Does recognition lead to jobs? by Pieter Jan (PJ) Uyttersprot

Deciphering recognition by Athanasios Krezios (Sakis)

Self ≠ on your own. Self-assessment as a consistent part of a truly leaner-centred approach by Peter Hofmann

The role and visibility of youth organisations in recognition by Sandra Kamilova

Recognition of youth work as a profession by Nik Paddison

Quality standards in non-formal education. What's new? by Ruxandra Pandea

How non-formal / informal education can complement formal mainstream education by Dawn Rees

Knowledge-based or civil society? Can recogntion of youth non-formal learning aim at both? by Darko Markovic

Over 120000 Youthpasses issued - So what?  by Rita Bergstein and Laimonas Ragauskas

About learning by leaving, and getting it recognised by Soren Kristensen

Research is a beginning, not an end by Adele Vaituleviviute and Musa Akgul

MARKER - Ah 2011, some things you might have considered... by Mark Taylor 

Notes on contributors

The adventures of Spiffy

 

Many thanks to all those that have contributed to this issue of Coyote.

Published by the Council of Europe and the European Commission, June 2012.
Reproduction of texts and pictures is authorised provided the source and author are quoted.
The views and opinions expressed do not necessarily express the official view of the European Commission or Council of Europe, their member states or the organisations co-operating with the institutions.


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