Online Toolkit


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Council of Europe (2004). All Different All Equal Education Pack.
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Expert Group Meeting on International Migration and Development in the Arab Region.
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UNOY Peacebuilders (2009). Partners for Peace - A Toolkit for setting up European Youth Peace Projects in Partnership.
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Mosaic: The Training Kit for Euro-Mediterranean Youth Work. Strasbourg: Council of Europe. Available at
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