Margherita Bacigalupo.

Margherita Bacigalupo: "The EntreComp Framework can help the third sector to pursue its own goals of creating social value for others"

Margherita Bacigalupo, research fellow at Joint Research Centre of European Commission, talks about the Entrepreneurship Competence Framework (EntreComp) and how non-profit organizations could benefit to it.

Leaving no one behind

We maintain that any goal to eradicate poverty must first and foremost be based on a radical change of approach and be inspired by the intelligence and resistance of people who have been excluded.

One of the pictures of the book.  Source: Els Altres Cent.

The Other Hundred, absent from the media

A book explains the stories of a hundred people who deserve recognition.

Image from Third Sector Impact video.   Source: Third Sector Impact.

A report by countries studies the variables strengthening the non-profit sector

The study carried out by the platform Third Sector Impact provides a clearer understanding of this sector, its scope and its scale, by studying the existing and potential impacts, as well as the barriers it faces.

Gethyn Williams.      Source: Evessio

Gethyn Williams: “We are often asked as leaders in third sector organizations to do a lot with a very little resources”

Gethyn Williams, director of Development and engagement of Contact, talks about the leadership and entrepreneurial competences in the third sector organizations.

October 17th: Nothing to celebrate

Every year, since 1993, the United Nations calls on us to celebrate the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty on October 17th. Nonprofit organizations must continue our work so that one day, sooner than later, we can say that on October 17th there is nothing to celebrate.

Image of the campaign. Image: Stop Poverty

#StopPoverty stands for people dignity living in poverty conditions

The global movement ATD Fourth World calls to action in order to make a world without poverty. Dozens of events have been prepared on the 17th October. 

Volunteering policy in Europe

Volunteering supports social inclusion, solidarity, tolerance and needs to be better recognised as such by policymakers.

2017 Global NGO Technology Survey. Photo: Pixabay

Participate in the 2017 Global NGO Technology Survey!

The report, researched by the Nonprofit Tech For Good with the support of other international organisations, aims to gain a better understanding of how the NGOs use the internet.

David Martí, during his speech.        Source: Adrià Milan.

Renewing leadership in Europe’s third sector

Barcelona hosted the second transnational meeting #EU3leader where Third Sector experts were talking about leadership and how to reinvent organizations in Europe.

Sidi Si, at the center of the image. Photo: YAA

Sidi Si: “Young people in Senegal have taken a step forward to change things in our country”

Youth in Action Association is a non-profit established in the community of Kédougou, which works on projects relating to children, health and community development.

Third Sector Awards ceremony. Photo: TSA

Fareshare wins the Third Sector Awards 2017

The final decision was taken between 96 non-profit organisations represented in the 109 entries.

Cristina Rigman, president of CEV.

Cristina Rigman: "The economic crisis and resulting austerity measures have changed considerably the landscape for volunteering in Europe"

The president of European Volunteer Centre talks about troubles and challenges of european volunteering on the occasion of 25th anniversary of CEV.

Highlights

Newspapers. Photo: Wikimedia

The publication will be a supplement to the daily "Corriere della Sera", and intends to broadcast news related to solidarity-based economic and social issues.