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AUTONOMY THROUGH DEPENDENCY Histories of Co-operation, Conflict and Innovation in Youth Work The 5 th European Workshop on the History of Youth Work June 8-10, 2014, Espoo, Finland. Where did “integrated youth policy” come from?

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Autonomy through dependency histories of co operation conflict and innovation in youth work

AUTONOMY THROUGH DEPENDENCY

Histories of Co-operation, Conflict and Innovation in Youth Work

The 5th European Workshop on the History of Youth Work

June 8-10, 2014, Espoo, Finland


Autonomy through dependency histories of co operation conflict and innovation in youth work

  • Where did “integrated youth policy” come from?

  • How has the history of the Magic Triangle shaped today’s youth work and its structures?

  • Histories of collaboration?

  • ‘Sacred cows’ to be slain or ‘cherished values’ to be defended?

AUTONOMY THROUGH DEPENDENCY

Histories of Co-operation, Conflict and Innovation in Youth Work

The 5th European Workshop on the History of Youth Work

June 8-10, 2014, Espoo, Finland


Autonomy through dependency histories of co operation conflict and innovation in youth work

”Existenceprecedesessence”

Martin Heidegger

Tove Jansson (1962)

”The Invisible Child”


Autonomy through dependency histories of co operation conflict and innovation in youth work

AUTONOMY THROUGH DEPENDENCY

Histories of Co-operation, Conflict and Innovation in Youth Work

The 5th European Workshop on the History of Youth Work

June 8-10, 2014, Espoo, Finland


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