Francesca Pisano, member of Aarhus 2018, talks about the aims and benefits of hosting the European Volunteering Capital 2018.
Ciara Herity, manager of the Sligo Volunteer Centre, talks about her experience as 2017 European Volunteering Capital.
The Slovak city has been chosen, ahead of the other two finalists, Augsburg in Germany and Cascais in Portugal.
International Volunteer Day is held on December the 5th. It’s a day where our workforce becomes visible.
A volunteer, driven by an awareness that makes him or her sensitive to injustices, and driven by the resolve to role up their sleeves to transform their surroundings, is a person who goes to a non-profit organisation to collaborate.
The enTàndem project creates links between university volunteering and children at risk of social exclusion with the aim of encouraging children’s autonomy and self-esteem.
This is the title of the Volonteurope’s 26th Annual Conference which will take place in Brussels on 30-31 October.
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.
Musicians, refugees and communities are coming together to recognise the things that unite them.
Translators Without Borders and The Rosetta Foundation, the leading NGOs in the field of translation worldwide, start an integration process while keeping independent spaces.
The journalist helps us to discover and understand Middle East, a region that is often talked about, but which is largely unknown to many.
Researchers, policy makers and practitioners will meet in Nottingham at the 2017 Voluntary Sector and Volunteering Research Conference on 7-8th September.
The European Solidarity Corps, a new European Union initiative, brings young people to build a more inclusive society, supporting vulnerable people and responding to societal challenges.
The Erasmus+ programme is a great opportunity for young people, youth workers an students to come together for volunteering and learn from each other.
Many of us, volunteers, have travelled to refugee camps, some of us more than once, but yet they still need more hands. How is this possible?
As long as we are truthful about our ads, why can’t we use some marketing techniques to recruit volunteers?