"Today, leaving the nightmare behind, we see the merit of having been 'socially creative' but we also realize the cost of having stretched the seams of the teams we worked with so much"
People who engage in volunteering must work on introspection, they must question their “me” and how it fits in the world and in relation to others.
The city has been chosen ahead of Lviv as the european volunteering capital.
All actions and moves require thought. A volunteer must be able to process information and act consequently, bringing their cognitive skills into the picture.
Volunteering is what keeps organizations alive, and it is done by people. They will need to know themselves, understand themselves and the rest of the team. Having a good set of emotional skills is necessary for volunteers to develop their task.
How do the conclusions of the Conference on the Future of Europe respond to the needs of citizens wishing to take part in a spirit of solidarity and engage in volunteering projects/initiatives for the sake of contribution to the post-COVID19 recovery and overall resilience and defence of EU Values?
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.