Inclusive Volunteering: Recommendations for Volunteer Coordinators on how to Develop a More Inclusive Volunteer Programme

This booklet consists of two parts. Part I covers general aspects of inclusive volunteering and Part II includes recommendations for volunteer coordinators on how to work with various groups – people with hearing impairments, people with visual impairments, people with physical disabilities, people with mental health difficulties, older people, migrants, long-term unemployed people, ex-prisoners and people affected by homelessness. This publication was prepared as part of a two-year project, Volunteering as a Tool for Inclusion (2013–2015), carried out by eight partner organisations from the following European countries: Croatia, Denmark, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Romania and Slovakia.

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