The European Volunteer Centre has announced as candidates the Italian city of Trento, and the Ukranian city of Lviv for the European Volunteering Capital 2024.
The president of the Associazone 21 luglio talks about the situation of the Roma community in Italy, the conditions of segregation and marginalization in which they live, as well as the abandonment they have suffered during the pandemic.
Mario Allegranzi is the mastermind behind an idea that emerged five years ago as a movement of protest and social awareness.
Providing tax cuts to donors, creating a National Council and ensuring good relationships with the public bodies are some of the key elements in the legislation.
By raising awareness among staff and providing tools to unit directors and HR staff to detect, prevent and deal with cases, the project seeks to boost the culture of zero tolerance with sexual harassment.
Emanuele Alecci: “Volunteering has now the chance to develop new strategies to meet the needs that are emerging from society”
The team of the European Volunteering Capital Padova 2020 has decided to take an active role to help risk population groups during the Covid-19’s health crisis.
Emanuele Alecci: “We do not want only to celebrate volunteering, but also create and spread a new Culture of Solidarity”
The president of Padova European Volunteering Capital talks about the many challenges they lie ahead and the current state of volunteering in Padova.
The European Volunteering Capital begins on friday 7th of February with the official opening, an institutional event in which takes part the highest local and European authorities.
In Riace, mayor Mimo Lucano went on hunger strike to protect his citizens, 400 of whom are refugees and migrants that have brought back to life a depopulated town
The 'Obrim Fronteres Caravan' returns to Barcelona with proposals for changes in immigration and border policies
The aim of this project is to denounce the violation of human rights generated by the migration policies of the European Union.
The publication will be a supplement to the daily "Corriere della Sera", and intends to broadcast news related to solidarity-based economic and social issues.
Roberto Museo: "The way in which the Italian Third Sector reform considers volunteering represents an important step forward"
The director of National Coordinating Body of Volunteer Support Centres in Italy (CSVnet) shared with us his point of view on the Third Sector reform passed in May 2016.