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.
This initiative is jointly launched by the Fundació Pere Tarrés together with the Spanish Volunteering Platform
Carla Riestra, executive president of Cooperand, tells us about this Andorran non-profit organization that provides aid to at-risk children in Bolivia.
Volunteering will fulfil the mission for which it was established by the organisation. The organisation must know the person well, and the person must know the organisation well.
This organization believes in Fair Trade as a tool for women development and its goals go beyond of contributing decisively to the advancement of the 2030 Agenda.
The city has been chosen ahead of the others candidates, the Italian town of Asti, the Portuguese city of Oeiras and the Maltese city of Birgu.
One of the most important factors for social cohesion is already in the name: Cohesion. By working together, communicating with each other and networking, we can strengthen our cohesion.
The European Volunteer Centre (CEV) has announced as candidates the Italian city of Asti, the Maltese Birgu, the Portuguese Oeiras and the Norwegian municipality of Trondheim.
It is a recognition given by the European Parliament for outstanding achievements in promoting European values and unity.
Saharawi and Palestinian organisations warn, however, that if lockdown continues, the solidarity and international volunteering networks may be weakened.
CEV calls for applications for the title of European Volunteering Capital Competition 2023.
With actions to be implemented over the next five years, the Strategy set a general direction of travel for government policy in relation to the volunteers and the volunteering environment.