The history of youth work in Europe: autonomy through dependency: histories of co-operation, conflict and innovation in youth work: volume 5

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The 'History of youth work in Europe' series aims to achieve better understanding of current challenges in youth work and youth policy. Volume 5 addresses questions like: How have government policies and administrative practices during the past decades affected youth work? What kind of strategies has youth work developed to react to them and to create a positive space for work with young people? Can educational approaches of youth work, like social pedagogy, help mediate between young people in their ever-changing lives and society? Co-operation between youth policy, youth research and...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Youth; Policy; Governance; Equity; Innovation

Keywords: History; Government policy; Administration; Social aspects; Social conditions

Geographic subjects: Iceland; Finland; Estonia; Northern Ireland; England; Great Britain; France; Europe; Victoria; Australia; Oceania; South Africa; Africa; United States; North America

Published: Strasbourg, France: Council of Europe Publishing, 2016

Physical description: 189 p.

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https://pjp-eu.coe.int/en/web/youth-partnership/the-history-of-youth-work-volume-5

Conference number: 5th

Date: 2014

Place: Helsinki, Finland

Series: Youth Knowledge; no. 19

ISBN: 9789287181619

Statement of responsibility: Lasse Siurala, Filip Coussee, Leena Suurpaa and Howard Williamson (eds)

Resource type: Conference

Call number: TD/TNC 131.242

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