Hosted by Manulife, the closing celebration reception and dinner at the 22nd IAVE World Volunteer Conference in London on December 12, 2012, saw participants gather together one last time.
It’s not hard, anyone can do it, and we should be doing more of it. The issue in question was of course measuring the impact of employee volunteering.
With a little sadness and some relief on the final morning of the 22nd IAVE World Volunteer Conference, the event manager and moderator of the last plenary session, Kenn Allen (pictured) talked abo
From business partnerships, to cross-border volunteering, corporate volunteering councils, volunteering research, youth volunteering, and volunteer centers – these were just some of the topics of d
The world is facing a crisis of youth unemployment: 75 million young people are officially seeking work, and that number will increase to 95 million in 2020; but as education and training becomes m
“Small actions build up to do great good.” That seems to be a continuing theme of the 22nd IAVE World Volunteer Conference in London, England, which moved into its second day on Tuesday, December 1
After the excitement of the opening ceremony, delegates at the 22nd IAVE World Volunteer Conference settled down for an afternoon of the forums on “re-imagining volunteering”, divided into three se
Volunteers can change the world by working on small things with persistence.
On the eve of the 22nd IAVE World Volunteer Conference, which kicks off in London, England, on Monday, December 10, the Church House Conference Center was already a hive of activity as members of t
Forty-three percent of the world’s population is currently under 25. The number of young people is rising fastest in those parts of the world with the lowest economic growth.