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Pathways to Rights: Empowering Young Europeans.

This is the title of the Volonteurope’s 26th Annual Conference which will take place in Brussels on 30-31 October. 

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Sidi Si, at the center of the image. Photo: YAA

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.

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A global day of secret Gigs.   Source: Amnesty International

Musicians, refugees and communities are coming together to recognise the things that unite them.

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Alphabet. Photo: Pixabay

Translators Without Borders and The Rosetta Foundation, the leading NGOs in the field of translation worldwide, start an integration process while keeping independent spaces.  

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Mikel Ayestaran workin in Sana'a (Yemen) - Image: Mikel Ayestaran

The journalist helps us to discover and understand Middle East, a region that is often talked about, but which is largely unknown to many.

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Conference 2016

Researchers, policy makers and practitioners will meet in Nottingham at the 2017 Voluntary Sector and Volunteering Research Conference on 7-8th September.

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European Solidarity Corps participants.

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.

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The Erasmus+ programme is a great opportunity for young people, youth workers an students to come together for volunteering and learn from each other.

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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?

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As long as we are truthful about our ads, why can’t we use some marketing techniques to recruit volunteers?

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Volunteering from home. Photo: Pexels

Volunteering wherever and whenever you want is something achievable through different micro-volunteering platforms.

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European Solidarity Corps / Image: ESC Facebook page

More than 24,000 youngsters have already registered online to be part of a solidarity-related project.

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