Making it Matter – the impact of volunteering on social inclusion
In this project Ireland partners with Belgium (Centre for European Volunteering), Croatia (Volunteer Centre Osijek / D Kolektiv), Denmark (Frivilligcentre & Selvhjælp Danmark), Germany (Bundesnetzwerk Bürgerschaftliches Engagement) & Slovenia (Slovenska filantropija).
This Erasmus+ co-funded project Making it Matter will promote and increase the recognition of volunteering as one of the key components of social inclusion and integration of disadvantaged young people.
Measuring and communicating the effects of the impact of civil society is an important topic among civil society organisations and academics.
Making It Matter: The Impact of Volunteering on Social Inclusion
This Focus Research Report has been developed as one of the intellectual outputs of “Making it Matter” project, implemented under the Erasmus+ programme by 6 partner countries: Croatia, Denmark, Ireland, Slovenia, Belgium and Germany. The main objective of the Focus Research Report is to give an overview of existing EU and national policies and practices that support the inclusion of disadvantaged youth through volunteering. Read the research report