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H 1 Volunteering in the Euopean Union.

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Belgique

02/2010

326 p.

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The importance of volunteering has long been acknowledged by the EU. However, there is a lack of a systematic and structured EU approach towards volunteering. In addition, no research has ever covered the full spectrum of volunteering and volunteering in sport in all 27 EU Member States. Therefore, the objectives of this study were to:
- Reach a better understanding of the volunteering landscape in all 27 Member
States, in terms of facts and figures, regulatory and institutional arrangements,
the influence of EU policies, programmes and actions and concentrating on
specific issues such as competition, procurement, taxation, job and service
substitution;
- Identify trends, similarities and differences, opportunities and challenges;
- Help determine the scope of possible future policies and actions which could be more effectively implemented at the European level rather than at national or regional/local level;
- Raise awareness of the possible benefits of supporting volunteering; and
- Serve as an information source and provide a detailed picture of what is ongoing in volunteering in the entire EU to inform the European Year 20111

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