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Yearbook 2011

Céline Barlet

Céline Barlet

EYV 2011 Alliance

EVS training and evaluation cycle, guidelines and minimum quality standards (EC), 2011

EVS training and evaluation cycle, guidelines and minimum quality standards, European Commission, Youth in Action Programme, May 2011.

How To Get Volunteers To Work For You! - a dissertation and local survey by Jana Berkhan, Anglia Ruskin University, 2007

How To Get Volunteers To Work For You! - a dissertation and local survey by Jana Berkhan. Anglia Ruskin University. 2007

Get it Right from the Start For Everyone Who Works With Volunteers Volunteer policies – the key to diverse volunteer involvement

Get it Right from the Start For Everyone Who Works With Volunteers Volunteer policies – the key to diverse volunteer involvement. This booklet is published as part of Volunteers' Week UK 2002 (Volunteer's week 2002 planning group: The National Centre for Volunteering, Volunteer Development Scotland, Wales Council for Voluntary Action, National Association of Volunteer Bureaux, Development Agency, The Active Community Unit at the Home Office)

Influencing Up - A Guide to Gaining Executive Support for Volunteering and Volunteer Management (Volunteering England)

Influencing Up - A Guide to Gaining Executive Support for Volunteering and Volunteer Management. Published by Volunteering England. Date n/a

Engaging young citizens from disadvantaged communities, a good practice guide.(CSV),2011

Engaging practice. Engaging young citizens from disadvantaged communities, a good practice guide. CSV, 2011

Summary:

nvolving young people in service design and provision has changed from being something that government organisations strived to do, in order to meet set targets, to now being the law. That's why it's more important now than ever before to make sure that young people are engaged with every aspect of their lives, in shaping their communities through joint decision making or volunteering; making a vital contribution to their neighbourhoods. Already, it's those aged between 16 and 24 who have the highest take up rate of volunteering opportunities (with 50% of 16-19 year olds reported to volunteer at least once a month).

That's something that doesn't often get the recognition it deserves among the rush to involve and engage young people; it's something we should celebrate and build on, but that can only be done if young people are engaged effectively. This is what Engaging Practice strives to facilitate.

Young Disabled Leaders. Engaging The Power House (CSV/Radar), 2011

Young Disabled Leaders. Engaging The Power House. Funded by The Young Foundation, Radar/CSV 2011

The Young Disabled Leaders (YDL) project took place over a one-year period, covering the three areas of London, Birmingham and the Leeds / Humberside region. In each of these areas, three training days were held to focus on different aspects of 'Leadership'.

Radar and CSV have spent the last year working with its Young Disabled Leaders to gather their thoughts and experiences of volunteering, civic action and trying to 'get involved'. In addition to this, we have compiled information already in the public domain to form this section of our report. It aims to give organisations like yours, advice and ideas on how to better engage with young disabled people, to capitalise on their skills, talents and creativity, as demonstrated throughout this YDL project.

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about the alliance european volunteering networks
ressources library sharing research and good practice
funding opportunities Anti-crisis solutions
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Building a Europe for All

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Danish presidency

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