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Published: “Volunteering Infrastructure in Europe”

By Susanne Klinzing

klinzing@ijab.de

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The European Volunteer Centre based in Belgium launched the “Volunteering Infrastructure in Europe” publication during the Spring 2012 General Assembly in Copenhagen on 9 May. It comprises details about the physical structures, support mechanisms, human resources, knowledge, research and sustainable funding, made available to support volunteers and volunteer organisations in 29 European countries.

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The European Volunteer Centre based in Belgium launched the “Volunteering Infrastructure in Europe” publication during the Spring 2012 General Assembly in Copenhagen on 9 May. It comprises details about the physical structures, support mechanisms, human resources, knowledge, research and sustainable funding, made available to support volunteers and volunteer organisations in 29 European countries.

The publication includes a foreword by John Macdonald, Head of the Task Force for the European Year of Volunteering 2011- European Commission, and chapters on Albania, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

Collecting all the data was made possible by the expertise and availability of professionals in the volunteering sector, CEV members and partner organisations.

The document can be accessed online and downloaded (pdf, 2,33 MB, 440 pages, in English) here 
(Source: CEV Belgium, http://cev.be)

Contact:
Susanne Klinzing,  klinzing@ijab.de

 




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