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Strategic Directions For Global Research On Volunteering For Peace And Sustainable Development, Vera J. Seelig Aug 2015

Strategic Directions For Global Research On Volunteering For Peace And Sustainable Development, Vera J. Seelig

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This workshop report is a co-creation of the United Nations Volunteers, the International Forum on Volunteering for International Development, and the Center for Social Development. It summarizes the workshop on strategic directions for global research for sustainable development that took place in Bonn, Germany, on July 6 through 7, 2015.


Evaluation Report Of Vital Visionaries: Medical Student And Older Adult Outcomes, Ernest Gonzales Jun 2009

Evaluation Report Of Vital Visionaries: Medical Student And Older Adult Outcomes, Ernest Gonzales

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Evaluation Report of Vital Visionaries: Medical Student and Older Adult Outcomes


Experience Corps: Health Outcomes Of Participation, Nancy Morrow-Howell Mar 2009

Experience Corps: Health Outcomes Of Participation, Nancy Morrow-Howell

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Experience Corps: Health Outcomes of Participation


Servicio Voluntario Juvenil En Lationamerica Y El Caribe Un Estido Regional [Youth Volunteer Service In Latin America And The Caribbean: A Regional Assessment], Amanda Moore Mcbride Jul 2008

Servicio Voluntario Juvenil En Lationamerica Y El Caribe Un Estido Regional [Youth Volunteer Service In Latin America And The Caribbean: A Regional Assessment], Amanda Moore Mcbride

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Servicio Voluntario Juvenil en Lationamerica y el Caribe Un Estido Regional


Servicio Voluntario Juvenil En Lationamerica Y El Caribe Un Estido Regional; Resumen Ejecutivo [Youth Volunteer Service In Latin America And The Caribbean: A Regional Assessment; Executive Summary], Amanda Moore Mcbride Jul 2008

Servicio Voluntario Juvenil En Lationamerica Y El Caribe Un Estido Regional; Resumen Ejecutivo [Youth Volunteer Service In Latin America And The Caribbean: A Regional Assessment; Executive Summary], Amanda Moore Mcbride

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Servicio Voluntario Juvenil en Lationamerica y el Caribe Un Estido Regional; resumen ejecutivo [Youth volunteer service in Latin America and the Caribbean: A regional assessment; executive summary]


Servicio Voluntario Juvenil Na America Latina E O Caribe: Um Estudo Regional; Resumo Executivo [Youth Volunteer Service In Latin American And The Caribbean: A Regional Assesment; Executive Summary], Amanda Moore Mcbride Jul 2008

Servicio Voluntario Juvenil Na America Latina E O Caribe: Um Estudo Regional; Resumo Executivo [Youth Volunteer Service In Latin American And The Caribbean: A Regional Assesment; Executive Summary], Amanda Moore Mcbride

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Servicio Voluntario Juvenil na America Latina e o Caribe: Um Estudo Regional


Youth Volunteer Service In Latin America And The Caribbean: A Regional Assessment, Amanda Moore Mcbride Jul 2008

Youth Volunteer Service In Latin America And The Caribbean: A Regional Assessment, Amanda Moore Mcbride

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Youth Volunteer Service in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Regional Assessment


Institutional Capacity For Elder Service, Michael Sherraden Jul 2003

Institutional Capacity For Elder Service, Michael Sherraden

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Given the demographic changes in our society and the positive effects of volunteering on older adults and on service recipients, service opportunities for older adults should be expanded. The development of institutions is a potentially powerful route to maximizing this potential. We propose five dimensions of institutional capacity, including expectation, access, information, incentive, and facilitation. Pilot data indicates that organizations offering service opportunities to older adults vary on these dimensions.