Children in Europe magazine: back issues
Children in Scotland was the English-language publishers of the bi-annual magazine Children in Europe from until 2001 until 2014.
Children in Europe was designed to enable the sharing of ideas, best practice and information around the 0-10 years age group, with discussion of policies, research and good practice across Europe.
The magazine was published simultaneously in 15 languages by organisations across 17 countries.
The last printed English language edition was issue 25 (summer 2014).
Browse the list below to find out about topics covered and to order a back issue.
Non-members' price: £5.00
Contents - An overview - School-age children: services in development – Pat Petrie DENMARK - Free-time for all – Erik Hange GERMANY - The after-school club – Roger Prott FRANCE - Organising children's time – Arnold Bac and Francine Labadie BELGIUM - Creating an identity – Joëlle Mottint Focus on...Read more
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Contents - ITALY - New approaches to meeting parents' needs – Tullia Musatti FRANCE - The birth of parenthood – Myriam Mony and Marie Nicole Rubio SPAIN - Involving parents: building on tradition – Monserrat Jubete DENMARK - Developing parent power – Niels Christain Hansen Focus on ... Scotland –...Read more
Non-members' price: £3.50
Contents – Images and prejudices amongst children and childcare workers – Michel Vandenbroeck and Anke Van Kuelen Intergrating children with disabilities in Italy – Renzo Vianello and Giuliana Truffa Diversity: a positive value? – Alfons Martinell 'The norm not the exception' - putting diversity in...Read more
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Contents - A pedagogy of listening: a perspective of listening from Reggio Emilia, Italy – Carlina Rinaldi Young children as experts: listening using the mosaic approach – Alison Clark, Thomas Coram, London At what age does one become a citizen? – Michel Koebel, Université Marc Bloch Children's...Read more
Non-members' price: £2.50
Non-members' price: £60.00