The "Reassessment of Volunteer Recognition" project enhanced the volunteer management capacity of organisations to foster quality improvements in youth work. The key objectives of the project were to exchange and transfer knowledge and know-how on volunteer recognition and to improve the level of key competences, social abilities and digital skills of participants.
Topics: Social/environmental responsibility of educational institutions • Youth (Participation, Youth Work, Youth Policy) • Civic engagement / responsible citizenship • Cooperation between educational institutions and business • EU Citizenship, EU awareness and Democracy • ICT - new technologies - digital competences • Inclusion - equity • Intercultural/intergenerational education and (lifelong)learning • International cooperation, international relations, development cooperation • Key Competences (incl. mathematics and literacy) - basic skills • Labour market issues incl. career guidance / youth unemployment • Social dialogue • Recognition, transparency, certification • Recognition (non-formal and informal learning/credits) • Quality Improvement Institutions and/or methods (incl. school development) • Quality Assurance • Overcoming skills mismatches (basic/transversal) • New innovative curricula/educational methods/development of training courses • Regional dimension and cooperation
Published related to the project
Reassessment of Volunteer Recognition (RVR) Training Course was held in Ankara on 07-13 July 2018.
13 July, 2018
Uluslararasi Calisma Dernegi
Danube Volunteer Centre
Euro-Mediterranean Association of Exchanges Volunteering Events Polska
Municipality of Stip
Stip, North Macedonia
Comitato D'intesa Tra Le Associazioni Volontaristiche Della Provincia Di Belluno