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Coronavirus volunteers aren’t just a source of free labour – don’t take advantage of them

Posted By Matt Baillie Smith, Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Article in The Conversation, May 19, 2020

Coronavirus volunteers aren’t just a source of free labour – don’t take advantage of them

, Professor of International Development, Northumbria University, Newcastle

"The diverse groups of volunteers responding to COVID-19 around the world are a source of positivity and hope.

But volunteers are not simply a source of free labour. Volunteering is both political and influenced by social and cultural factors. Keeping volunteers safe and well demands investment, and how they are engaged and by whom has consequences during and beyond a crisis." ....read more.

 

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Volunteering in Solidarity #VISCovid19

Posted By Administration, Thursday, April 9, 2020
CEV, The European Volunteer Centre, has compiled examples of how volunteers and volunteer organisations in Europe are responding and “Volunteering in Solidarity” to meet the needs of vulnerable people during this COVID-19 crisis. Follow #VISCovid19  for individual volunteer stories from these initiatives. Read the examples here.

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