Access to Volunteering
Welcome to the Access to Volunteering page! Here you can find out more about the project, and when the project produces resources like research reports and toolkits this is where they will be found.
Access to Volunteering is an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership for Youth project running from 2020-2022, bringing together partners from around Europe to promote disability inclusion in volunteering programmes.
The objectives of the project are to find out more about what volunteering opportunities young people with disabilities want; what is currently being done to include them, and what ideas and good practices there are for more inclusion.
In the first stage of the project we will be doing a research project and creating a research report, which will be available here. In the second stage we will develop tools for organisations to use to make volunteering more accessible. Finally, in the third stage we will have training, events, and awareness raising activities to maximise the impact of the project.
Access to Volunteering is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
Access to Volunteering partners
The partners for the project are International Service, Krik from North Macedonia, Ofensiva from Romania, and Bangherang from Italy.
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Access to Volunteering resources
As part of Access to Volunteering we will produce helpful resources for organisations to improve disability inclusion in volunteering. When these are completed, you will be able to find them here.