Improving access to international volunteering for all – European Commission

Three of the participating countries, France, Italy and the United Kingdom, are organising field trials to test and refine the approach before it is shared across Europe. 500 young volunteers will go abroad as part of IVO4ALL. Half of the volunteers will benefit from the new quality framework, whereas the other half will not. This approach will allow IVO4ALL to assess the impact of the new approach. The results of the field trials will be used to produce tools and methods for youth workers and guidelines

Three of the participating countries, France, Italy and the United Kingdom, are organising field trials to test and refine the approach before it is shared across Europe.

500 young volunteers will go abroad as part of IVO4ALL. Half of the volunteers will benefit from the new quality framework, whereas the other half will not. This approach will allow IVO4ALL to assess the impact of the new approach.

The results of the field trials will be used to produce tools and methods for youth workers and guidelines for policymakers to best support young volunteers from all social backgrounds.

The results of IVO4ALL project will be released in June 2017.

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