The city has been chosen ahead of the other candidate, the Scottish town of Stirling.
On September 21st-23rd, the danish city will host debates, workshops, talks, performances and others activities.
Francesca from Italy and Uliana from Ukraine are two EVS Volunteers working in the Aarhus 2018. They invite you to participate in the event.
A capacity building conference takes place on 19-20 April in Rijeka.
CEV calls for applications for the title of European Volunteering Capital Competition 2020.
Francesca Pisano, member of Aarhus 2018, talks about the aims and benefits of hosting the European Volunteering Capital 2018.
The Slovak city has been chosen, ahead of the other two finalists, Augsburg in Germany and Cascais in Portugal.
The president of European Volunteer Centre talks about troubles and challenges of european volunteering on the occasion of 25th anniversary of CEV.
CEV calls for applications for the European Volunteering Capital Competition 2019.
The Capacity Building Conference will take place on 6-7 April 2017 in London at the City Hall.
Denmark’s second largest city lived a 2017 full of activities as the European Capital of Culture and this year it holds the European Volunteering Capital. Let’s find out how volunteering is in this Northern European city.
The Irish municipality will take over from London (2016) after beating six other candidates. The volunteering capital in 2018 will be Aarhus.
Why should we promote volunteering? How should we do it? Can we set a common European strategy? We have talked with two experts at the European level in order to address these issues: Susana Szabo (CEV) and Gabriela Civico (EYV 2011 Alliance).
Gabriella Civico exposes their ideas about the values of volunteering as a tool for communities and society.