Volunteering

Recognition of Competences Acquired By Volunteers

Recognition and validation of competences from informal or non-formal settings is commonly understood as one of the most important challenges for educational and training sector nowadays. One of the most powerful informal learning contexts is represented by the volunteering sector, where young people of all education, cultural and social backgrounds, have the opportunity to experience …

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CaseWORK

CaseWORK Caring for Volunteers working with Refugees In 2015, the European Refugees Crisis has brought more than one million migrants to Europe. This estimation by the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) does not include the many who reach the EU without being detected. The highest number of asylum-seekers is found in Germany, followed by Sweden, …

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ValCoVol

ValCoVol Validation of Competences Acquired in Volunteering Volunteering concerns three significant parts of the European society: seniors, young people and, as a consequence of the recent refugee wave, also refugees and immigrants. Click here for the project’s website: http://valcovol.eu/ Project duration: 2016 – 2018