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Volunteering in Poland
Volunteering in Poland
Volunteering in Poland
Volunteering in Poland
Volunteering in Poland
Volunteering in Poland
Volunteering in Poland
Volunteering in Poland
Volunteering in Poland
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Volunteering in Poland

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Presentation about volunteering in Poland. SenVol second meeting, Fuengirola, Malaga, Spain; February 2012.

Presentation about volunteering in Poland. SenVol second meeting, Fuengirola, Malaga, Spain; February 2012.

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  • 1. Looking for an official definition of voluntary work• Law regulations• Definition by the Volunteer Centres network• Definition by the Klon/Jawor Association
  • 2. The history of voluntary work in Poland• First volunteering – Christian roots of charitable and philanthropic organisations• Between the wars: development• After the World War II• 1990s• Current situation
  • 3. The field and areas of voluntary work• Kinds of institutions most often supported by volunteers• Examples of big assiociations – WOŚP, OSP, GOPR, WOPR• Other examples
  • 4. Statistics and data• Trends in recent years• Short-lived and one-time actions• Who are the volunteers?
  • 5. Motivations• Motivation by religious, moral, and political views vs more pragmatic approach towards volunteering.• Different inspiration for volunteering in different age groups• Reasons of not taking part in voluntary work
  • 6. Gender patterns• Equal levels of involvement of women and men• Differences between male and female volunteers

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