29 November 2005  - 30 November 2005
Volunteering Research: Frontiers and Horizons
Birmingham, United Kingdom
To mark the end of the UK Year of the Volunteer 2005, the Institute for Volunteering Research will be hosting a two-day seminar to review the latest developments in volunteering research. The seminar will provide a stimulating environment in which to consider new directions in volunteering research.

It will bring together researchers and practitioners from different disciplines to:

  • Present new research findings;
  • Discuss how new findings impact on the way we conceptualise volunteering;
  • Examine how different approaches to research can maximise impact on policy and practice;
  • Explore how volunteering learns from research across different disciplines and fields of study;
  • Place volunteering research in an historic perspective.
Organizer: Institute for Volunteering Research
Venue:
Jury's Inn Hotel, Birmingham, England Birmingham, United Kingdom
Website:
http://www.ivr.org.uk/index.htm
Costs:
See website

This page can found at: http://www.worldvolunteerweb.org/browse/volunteering-issues/volunteering-research/doc/volunteering-research-frontiers-and.html