Five Questions We Should be Asking About Volunteering in 2017

Five Questions2017 volsNick Ockenden, NCVO Institute for Volunteering Research, posted an insightful blog at the end of December 2016 posing 5 questions that all those involved in Volunteering Management should be asking themselves in 2017.

1. What's happening to volunteering by older people?

2. How can we support independent Volunteering?

3. What's unique about volunteering in public services?

4. How much technology really is replicable?

5. What's the role of volunteering in a divided society?

In short, during 2016 we saw considerable change, which took many by surpise. During 2017, as Nick states, 'we will continue to experience uncertainity and change, and we need to be periodically taking stock of the external environment and how it's affecting volunteering'.

To read the full article, which I urge anyone involved in Volunteer management to do, follow this link Five Questions


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