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World to Peace Corps: Skilled volunteers needed 
If the Peace Corps wishes to help in the fight against HIV/AIDS, it needs to send expertise, not just youthful zeal. That was what Ethiopian officials politely told Peace Corps country director Peter Parr when he approached them last summer with a proposal to send a batch of volunteers to work on the pandemic.  Visit site
More about: Environment  HIV/AIDS  MDG 6
European Volunteer Centre (CEV) 
The European Volunteer Centre (CEV) is a European umbrella association of 40 National and Regional Volunteer Centres across Europe, that together work to support and promote voluntary activity.   Visit site
More about: Advocacy
Keeping It Legal: Guide on legal obligations in New Zealand  
Keeping It Legal E Ai Ki Te Ture has been designed as a starting point for people in voluntary and not-for-profit organizations in New Zealand who want to know about the laws that may affect them, the way their organizations work and what they do. Published by the New Zealand Federation of Voluntary Welfare Organisations.   Visit site
More about: New Zealand
Bénévolat et volontariat en France et dans le monde (Volunteering in France and abroad) 
This publication is based on studies made over 10 years in France and abroad; a first study report had been published in 1997. This study attempts to answer several questions: who are the volunteers? Why do they get involved? What does voluntary work mean? What is its economic impact? What do the public authorities do concerning volunteering? 
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More about: France
Volunteering : Economic, Social and Political Issues 
Published in August 1997 by the Institute for Research and Information on Volunteering (IRIV), this study provides an overview of volunteering in France, Europe and abroad (mainly North America). It focuses on the economic, social and political implications of voluntary action.  Visit site
More about: Canada  France  United States

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