European Volunteering Capital

On 5 December 2018, Padova was announced as a European Volunteering Capital 2020.  Source:CEV

CEV calls for applications for the title of European Volunteering Capital Competition 2021.

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Kosice is hosting the European Volunteering Capital 2019.

Miloslav Klíma, member of Kosice 2019, talks about the aims and benefits of hosting the European Volunteering Capital 2019.

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Padova was announced as the 2020 European Volunteering Capital.  Source: CEV

The city has been chosen ahead of the other candidate, the Scottish town of Stirling.

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Source: EVC Sligo 2017

CEV calls for applications for the title of European Volunteering Capital Competition 2020. 

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Francesca Pisano with a volunteer.   Source: Aarhus 2018

Francesca Pisano, member of Aarhus 2018, talks about the aims and benefits of hosting the European Volunteering Capital 2018.

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Sligo 2017

Ciara Herity, manager of the Sligo Volunteer Centre, talks about her experience as 2017 European Volunteering Capital.

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European Volunteering Capital 2019 / Photo: CEV

CEV calls for applications for the European Volunteering Capital Competition 2019.

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Located in the east of Denmark, Aarhus is the second most populated city in the country, with around 320,000 inhabitants / Photo: Gonzalo Pineda Zuniga, Flickr

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.

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Sligo is delighted to be named the European Volunteering Capital for 2017. Plans are already underway for what promises to be a fantastic year.

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Representatives from the Sligo 2017 candidature celebrating the nomination / Photo: @VolunteerSligo, Twitter

The Irish municipality will take over from London (2016) after beating six other candidates. The volunteering capital in 2018 will be Aarhus.  

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