Private versus Public <br />A Danish experience in the European Year of Volunteering <br />DanChurchSocial (Kirkens Korshær), Oslo 2011<br />
Private versus Public <br />50 % to do voluntary work in 2020<br />Voluntary effort must be part of everyday life<br />Financial support to social entrepreneurship<br />Improve co-operation between the public sector and NGO’s in the social sector<br /> The Danish government’s strategy for the civil society, Ministry for Social Affairs, 2010)<br />
Private versus Public <br />Social cuts and growth in administrative costs at the expense of caregivers, educators and others has led to a service degradation in the social sector<br />
Staff, guests and supporters of DanChurchSocial have taken to the streets to demonstrate against social cuts. Local media and advocacy campaigns have been necessary<br />
Private versus Public <br />To maintain the Scandinavian welfare model citizens have to take more responsibility and works as volunteers<br />KnudAarup. Director of Social Services in Randers (quote from Korshæren)<br />
Private versus Public <br />We can easily set limits. This is not my concern. But I am concerned that local authorities should put up control systems so that it becomes a duty.<br />Susanne Larsen, President of the Danish Red Cross and the Voluntary Council in Denmark (quote from “Korshæren”)<br />
Private versus Public <br />For what is a man profited, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul? (Matthew 16.26)<br />
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