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VOLUNTEERING INFRASTRUCTURE - Kansalaisareena

VOLUNTEERING INFRASTRUCTURE - Kansalaisareena

VOLUNTEERING INFRASTRUCTURE -

VOLUNTEERING INFRASTRUCTURE

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  • Page 6 and 7: FOREWORD As is now widely known, we
  • Page 8 and 9: INTRODUCTION This publication inten
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  • Page 12 and 13: work and with the support of its pa
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  • Page 40 and 41: Nearly half of the hours worked for
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    year, in a ceremony, taking place o

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    Volunteering experience can enrich

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    of a law on volunteering. On the ba

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    and for the creation of volunteerin

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    7. Regular and systematic research

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    In Bosnia and Herzegovina there is

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    5. Recommendations for internationa

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    1. VOLUNTEERING INFRASTRUCTURE CONC

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    3. Legal framework for volunteering

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    Besides the Ministry of Social Poli

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    Apart from the regional volunteer c

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    public awareness of the importance

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    There are several websites displayi

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    C 6 CHAPTER Y VOLUNTEERING INFRASTR

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    On the other hand, positive develop

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    an environment which provides satis

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    On the dimension of the “fields w

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    g) Development of the short and lon

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    4. Structure of the non-profit sect

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    The standard volunteer profile does

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    Councils) as well as from initiativ

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    In the last decade similar schemes,

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    suggested that volunteering gets sa

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    Evers, A. and Laville, J. L., 2004.

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    1. VOLUNTEERING INFRASTRUCTURE CONC

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    Education In line with expectations

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    Republic, there is a prevalent atti

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    4. Structure of the non-profit sect

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    6. Funding opportunities In the Cze

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    11. Recommendations A better volunt

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    1. VOLUNTEERING INFRASTRUCTURE CONC

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    The most comprehensive data on volu

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    from 1984 has also applied to self-

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    5. Other stakeholders Public bodies

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    7. Regular and systematic research

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    9 CHAPTER F N I VOLUNTEERING INFRAS

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    National targets and reporting arra

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    According to a Eurobarometer survey

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    popular movements to arise in Finla

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    Organisations do not need to notify

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    There has been a considerable incre

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    Groups Friendship societies, ethnic

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    The Evangelic-Lutheran church plays

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    7. Regular and systematic research

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    Pessi, A. B., 2008. Suomalaiset aut

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    1. VOLUNTEERING INFRASTRUCTURE CONC

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    3. Legal framework for volunteering

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    CPCA acts as an umbrella organisati

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    7. Regular and systematic research

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    Resources Conférence Permanente de

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    1. VOLUNTEERING INFRASTRUCTURE CONC

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    egional and national level 2 . Sinc

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    Other funding schemes can be found

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    traditional German associations wit

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    other states are hesitating here. B

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    each year around 1,500 projects and

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    1 2 G CHAPTER R VOLUNTEERING INFRAS

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    2. Volunteering landscape There is

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    7. Regular and systematic research

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    1 3 H CHAPTER VOLUNTEERING INFRASTR

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    pilot projects, so that different a

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    to be the most active, and people w

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    within the Ministry of Justice and

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    The biggest volunteer involving org

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    The negative aspect in the nature o

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    Media coverage during the EYV2011 f

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    Research in the field of volunteeri

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    1 I R CHAPTER 4 E L A N VOLUNTEERIN

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    A very important influence on the d

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    e undertaken to support, encourage

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    Surveys since 2000 reinforced these

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    “Belief for a cause” and wantin

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    Importance of volunteers Over half

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    main actors promoting and developin

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    support is in the region of €3.5m

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    Volunteering is also promoted throu

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    1 5 I CHAPTER T A L VOLUNTEERING IN

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    The first Census of non-profit inst

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    that volunteering hasn’t got any

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    Being a volunteer is not compatible

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    Of the 78 CSVs existing in Italy, 6

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    • ANPAS, active in civil protecti

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    for Education of their region for t

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    8. Ethics and quality standards for

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    extraordinarily positive system of

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    6 CHAPTER 1 L T A V I VOLUNTEERING

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    The typical volunteer in Latvia is

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    with higher education, managers/pro

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    Currently amendments in the Civil l

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    law (labour rights) as well as othe

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    (NATO) Summit in 2006 (600 voluntee

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    Education Volunteering is not inclu

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    7. Regular and systematic research

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    Voluntary work is not high in agend

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    M A C E D CHAPTER O N 7 I VOLUNTEER

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    • Department for Cooperation with

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    2. Increased culture of volunteerin

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    total budget is around 250,000 EUR

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    10. Additional country specificitie

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    1 M 8 CHAPTER A VOLUNTEERING INFRAS

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    2. Volunteering landscape Volunteer

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    and band clubs 18 , as well as proc

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    Voluntary Organisations’ 30 . Thi

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    The Malta Council for the Voluntary

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    Name of voluntary organisation The

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    It should also be noted that busine

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    funds allocated annually to volunta

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    7. Regular and systematic research

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    11. Recommendations Recommendations

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    National Statistics Office, Malta,

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    1. VOLUNTEERING INFRASTRUCTURE CONC

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    3. Legal framework for volunteering

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    5. Other stakeholders There are no

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    10. Additional country specificitie

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    CHAPTER 2 0 M O N VOLUNTEERING INFR

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    (ILO) Manual on the Measurement of

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    4. Structure of the non-profit sect

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    Awareness about volunteering opport

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    N CHAPTER 2 1 E T H E R L A VOLUNTE

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    In the last few years the focus of

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    3. Legal framework for volunteering

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    Social Support Act embeds the suppo

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    Humanitas The core of Humanitas’

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    activities in their own sectors, su

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    The quality method worked with aims

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    Recommendations include: • Work t

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    Stubbe, Berkelaar and Mateman (2008

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    1. VOLUNTEERING INFRASTRUCTURE CONC

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    general, not only in non-government

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    4. Structure of the non-profit sect

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    The Great Orchestra of Christmas Ch

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    organizations in designing and impl

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    NGOs very often approach schools, u

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    There is a plan for the study to be

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    Volunteering is rarely an object of

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    Implementation of the Long-Term Str

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    P O R T CHAPTER U VOLUNTEERING INFR

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    2. Volunteering landscape The Law n

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    volunteering, which issues statemen

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    as a key element in the formation o

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    11. Recommendations In Portugal, it

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    1. VOLUNTEERING INFRASTRUCTURE CONC

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    Major functions that the volunteeri

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    on the decision-makers’ agenda in

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    4. Structure of the non-profit sect

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    volunteer involving organisations a

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    volunteering components, like for i

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    There are currently seven community

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    an ethical code for organisers of v

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    The communist past cannot be used a

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    Resources Civil Society Development

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    1. VOLUNTEERING INFRASTRUCTURE CONC

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    The social profile of Slovak volunt

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    4. There was no clear framework for

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    of volunteer centres in Slovakia. I

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    Indirect state support for NGOs com

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    mostly created and implemented by t

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    Volunteering as a way to foster emp

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    1. VOLUNTEERING INFRASTRUCTURE CONC

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    a volunteer project for intergenera

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    5. Other stakeholders The Ministry

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    8. Ethics and quality standards for

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    2 S CHAPTER 7 P A I VOLUNTEERING IN

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    Following Max Weber’s two main lo

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    Table 3. Logics of Horizontal Volun

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    activities, developed by individual

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    CV, expanding the social network, f

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    ut closely linked to it, such as th

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    7. Regular and systematic research

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    11. Recommendations From a Spanish

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    CHAPTER 2 S W 8 I T Z VOLUNTEERING

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    institutions.’ On the other hand,

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    4. Structure of the non-profit sect

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    8. Ethics and quality standards for

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    European University for Voluntary S

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    1. VOLUNTEERING INFRASTRUCTURE CONC

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    The introduction to the Compact goe

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    Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act

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    Volunteer-involving organisations T

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    There is also a great deal of wider

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    11. Recommendations To improve the

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    CHAPTER 9 2 K U VOLUNTEERING INFRAS

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    In the UK the most beneficial appro

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    8. Ethics and quality standards for

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    CHAPTER 9 2 K U VOLUNTEERING INFRAS

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    The Voluntary and Community Sector

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    volunteers who carry out a role of

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    Although not specifically regular o

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    Resources Brewis, G., Hill, M., and

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    1. VOLUNTEERING INFRASTRUCTURE CONC

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    In Wales there is no specific law o

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    GwirVol is a partnership of third s

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    and reward volunteering by 16-25 ye

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    Awareness about volunteering in gen

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