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Los días 4, 5 y 6 de junio, Cruz Roja Española (CRE) celebró una reunión de la European Network for the Development of Volunteering (ENDOV). …

Los días 4, 5 y 6 de junio, Cruz Roja Española (CRE) celebró una reunión de la European Network for the Development of Volunteering (ENDOV).

El Observatorio del Voluntariado participó en este encuentro el sábado 6 haciendo una presentación de los avances que hasta el momento se han obtenido del Estudio legislativo comparado sobre voluntariado a nivel estatal y europeo en el que está trabajando. Este estudio, entre otros asuntos, destaca los puntos en común, las principales diferencias o las ausencias detectadas en la legislación vigente sobre voluntariado en el ámbito estatal.

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  • 1. Initial conclusions in the study of legislation on volunteering Topics for ENDOV Meeting 6 de junio de 2008
  • 2. INDEX
    • Why this study?
    • How are we doing it?
    • Introduction to the laws of volunteerism in Spain .
    • Legislation on volunteering in Spain: National Law and Autonomic Laws
  • 3. 1 Why this study ?
      • It is a novel study by its characteristics and their spread
      • Objectives:
      • Known as the law in the different Spanish regions and in different European countries to compare with state law in Spain.
      • Make proposals for improvements to the actual National Law Volunteer
  • 4. 2 How are we doing it?
      • Stages of the study :
      • Analysis of the state law (1) and regional (16) compared with each other.
      • Analysis of Volunteer State Plan (1) . Comparison of the Volunteer State Plan with other plans of the Autonomous Communities Volunteer (8).
      • Comparison of European laws to volunteer Spanish (8).
  • 5. 3 Introduction to the laws of volunteerism in Spain
      • 3.1 . Background of the National Law
      • 3.2. Background of the Autonomic Laws
  • 6. 3.1 Background of the State Law of Volunteerism European Social Charter Subsidies from the Income Tax of Individuals persons (IRPF) Spanish Constitution STATE LAW OF VOLUNTEERISM
  • 7. 3.2 Background of the Autonomic Laws Statutes of Autonomy European Social Charter Subsidies from public tax (IRPF) Spanish Constitution STATE LAW OF VOLUNTEERISM
  • 8. 4 Legislation on volunteering in Spain: National Law and Autonomic Laws
      • 4.1. Chronological table of the law on volunteerism in Spain
      • 4.2. Comparison of the general provisions of the laws .
  • 9. 4.1 Chronological table COMUNIDAD AUTÓNOMA LEGISLACIÓN Cataluña Ley 25/1991, de 13 de Diciembre Aragón Ley 9/1992, de 7 de Octubre Madrid Ley 9/1994, de 19 de Mayo Castilla-La Mancha Ley 4/1995, de 16 de Marzo Estatal Ley 6/1996, de 15 de Enero Extremadura Ley 1/1998, de 5 de Febrero C.F. de Navarra Ley Foral 2/1998, de 27 de Marzo La Rioja Ley 7/1998, de 6 de Mayo Islas Canarias Ley 4/1998, de 15 de Mayo Islas Baleares Ley 31/1998, de 18 de Mayo País Vasco Ley 17/1998, de 25 de Junio Galicia Ley 3/2000, de 22 de Diciembre Comunidad Valenciana Ley 4/2001, de 19 de Junio Andalucía Ley 7/2001, de 12 de Julio Principado de Asturias Ley 10/2001, de 12 de Noviembre Región de Murcia Ley 5/2004, de 22 de Octubre Castilla y León Ley 8/2006, de 10 de Octubre
  • 10. 4.2 Comparative between general areas of the laws 4.2.1. Regulation objective 4.2.2. Geographic areas of application 4.2.3. Public good activities 4.2.4. Volunteering effort concept 4.2.5. Basic values of volunteering
  • 11. 4.2.1 Regulation objective
    • To regulate volunteering effort:
      • Inside the associations.
      • Inside their projects or activities
    • b) To improve volunteering participation as a responsible and participative citizens
  • 12. 4.2.2
      • National Law
    Geographic areas of application
    • All the nation
      • For volunteers an organization who develop their actions in:
        • All the nation
        • Several estates
    States laws
    • Almost of all have a volunteering law
      • Particularities:
        • Madrid
        • Castilla-La Mancha
        • Baleares, Asturias, Murcia , Castilla León
        • Cantabria
  • 13. 4.2.2 Public good activities Definition Those developed by people involved in achieving a more just and equitable society for all.
    • Navarra is the only estate whose volunteer law does not specify the areas of intervention .
    • Madrid
    • Aragón
    • Extremadura
    • Andalucía
    • Estatal y Canarias
    Their law is focus in social volunteering . Aragón y Extremadura focus the effort in areas and several social groups. Regulates the areas of volunteering effort International development area included, but there is an specific national law for international development. Ley 23/1998, Internacional para el Desarrollo. In spite of the regional laws, there is a national law about volunteering effort in cultural issues . orden 9 de 1995.
  • 14. 4.2.2 Volunteering effort concept
    • Non profit and solidity action . freely chosen.
    • Voluntary effort is carried out in an organizational framework .
    • Effort without remuneration.
    • Regular and during in time effort .
    • Volunteering is not a substitute for paid work
    Common points in volunteering definitions in the Spanish laws :
  • 15. 4.2.2 Basic Values of Volunteering