by Megan Haddock, Johns Hopkins University
In recent months, there have been two important developments in volunteering policy that will impact the ongoing efforts to highlight volunteer labour in Europe and around the world.
First, the International Labour Organization (ILO) has officially adopted volunteering as a form [...]
On 21 February 2013, CEV and the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) hosted, in Brussels, Belgium a technical workshop on volunteer measurement. The objective of the event was to gather input for a European Parliament pilot project proposal for the systematic collection of comparable data on volunteering across Europe.
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Il Progetto europeo per la Misurazione del Volontariato (EVMP) è una delle raccomandazioni in primo piano nella Dichiarazione del Presidente Luca Jahier del Gruppo III del Comitato Economico e Sociale [...]
The European Volunteer Measurement Project is a prominent featured recommendation in the Declaration released by European Economic and Social Committee Group III President Luca Jahier. This document complements institutional recognition the campaign to measure volunteering in Europe has recently received.
The Declaration recommends “widely disseminating information on the economic impact of volunteering. As [...]
The European Economic and Social Committee put a spotlight on the importance of measuring volunteering at a major conference it convened in Warsaw on Friday 30 September 2011 in collaboration with the Polish Ministry of Labour and Social Policy, the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of [...]