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Be a Volunteer call for good practices in inclusive volunteering!

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The project is on the look out for good practices implementing inclusive volunteering for youth with disabilities.

The Be a Volunteer project aims to develop and strengthen the skills of young people (aged 16-30) with disabilities, enhancing their employability and active social participation focusing on volunteer activities.

In order to do so, the partners need your help. The first step of the project is the collection of good practices from support service providers and civil society and  volunteer organisations!

The project partners are looking for good practices in the form of successful strategies, approaches, and initiatives implementing inclusive volunteering for youth with disabilities.

If you have good practices in the field of inclusive volunteering, we want to hear them! You have until 24 May to contribute.

Submit your practice 

About the call

The criteria for the selection of good practices are:

  • A practice in the field of inclusive volunteering in European countries, particularly Hungary, Bulgaria, The Republic of North Macedonia, Spain, Belgium and Italy.
  • A practice that targets either young people with disabilities or mentors, supervisors, coordinators and organisations working with volunteers with disabilities.
  • A practice that relies on/supports the development of key competences 
  • A practice that can be considered innovative.

Other preferable criteria include:

  • A practice that can be transferredin another context, or in another region/ country. This may also include projects adequately piloted for a specific time frame with a transferability potential. 
  • A practice that has been highly evaluatedby the learners.