Simon Hill explains us how volunteering has both economic and social value whilst also bringing benefits to volunteers themselves.
Volunteering has always been a very important sector in catalan society and because of that it is important to ask ourselves. What can public administrations do to help to improve and promote this sector? Roger Buch explains the main keys.
Verso is a European research and development project whose aim is to explain how volunteering can help European authorities in fighting unemployment and improving the quality of life of jobless people.
To support formerly supervised youngsters during their emancipation process is one of the tasks done by the Association Punt de Referència.
Gabriella Civico exposes their ideas about the values of volunteering as a tool for communities and society.
Marie Ange Orihuela is in charge of the Service Europe & International pour Rennes et Rennes Métropole. She explains which policies the French municipality carries out regarding volunteering and which are the challenges ahead.
Ruth Sarabia, General Manager of Social Rights and Civic Participation, Immigration and Development Cooperation of the Málaga Council, explains which initiatives the Andalusian municipality carry out to promote associationism and volunteering.
Carles Armengol explains us how the current crisis can be a good opportunity to rethink the Catalan model of volunteering.