Miloslav Klíma, member of Kosice 2019, talks about the aims and benefits of hosting the European Volunteering Capital 2019.
In 2018, Aarhus has held the title as European Volunteering Capital. The title is given each year by the European Volunteer Centre (CEV) to a European city or municipality which has been particularly notable in terms of volunteering.
The city has been chosen ahead of the other candidate, the Scottish town of Stirling.
This International Volunteer Day I find myself reflecting on the state of volunteering in the UK.
The event, which takes place from 16th to 20th october, is a gathering point for volunteer leaders from throughout the world and people who share a commitment to volunteering.
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.
The collaborative project between an ACPau brigades and a Palestinian peasant Organization begins to see its first sustainable fruits grow
Rijeka will be the European Capital of Culture in 2020 and it is seen as an opportunity to secure a lasting legacy of volunteers in many fields of culture and cultural heritage.
Europe is a community, a community of people, with a shared and inter-connected cultural heritage, that has volunteers and volunteering at its heart.
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.