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Volunteer PATH Capacity Building Training- France Report
This is the report from the Capacity Building Trainings on Volunteer and Heritage Management in France

* Tags: World Heritage, CCIVS, International Partners, Volunteers
Volunteer PATH The Stakeholders Forum Report
The Stakeholders Forum was the first activity in the framework of the Partnerships Actions Tools and Heritage project, P.A.T.H. Focusing on the value and conservation of Cultural Heritage, both tangible and intangible, the Forum strove to train the participants on this, in combination with reflecting on the role and opportunities of external partnerships in the IVS movement.

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EYF publishes No Hate Speech Movement online resource
With this publication, the European Youth Foundation would like to outline its involvement in the No Hate Speech Movement campaign and to present examples of the projects that illustrate the diversity of initiatives that are being supported. The role of the Foundation in combating hate speech is ongoing and will continue for as long as the campaign is running.

The European Youth Foundation would like to thank all the NGOs for their great work and for making this resource possible.

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Report of the Secretary-General of the United Nations
The role of CCIVS is highlighted in the Report of the Secretary-General for the Follow-up to the implementation of the International Year of Volunteers.

This report lists actions undertaken during 2011, CCIVS has a special mention for its involvement in concrete actions for the campaign; highlighting projects on gender sensitivity in Africa and the organisation by UNV, the United Nations Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (UNESCO), the Coordinating Committee for International Voluntary Service and the European Commission of a Global youth exchange on youth volunteerism and non-formal education to mark the International Year of Youth.

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T-Kit on International Voluntary Service
Some of you may have wondered: what does T-kit mean? We can
offer at least two answers. The first is as simple as the full version
in English: “Training Kit”. The second has more to do with the sound
of the word that may easily recall “Ticket”, one of the travelling
documents we usually need to go on a journey. So, on the cover, the
little figure called “Spiffy” holds a train ticket to go on a journey
to discover new ideas. In our imagination, this T-kit is a tool that
each of us can use in our work. More specifically, we would like to
address youth workers and trainers and offer them theoretical and
practical tools to work with and use when training young people.

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CSD - The Forms and Structure of International Voluntary Service
International voluntary service (IVS) has a significant and growing presence worldwide. IVS is a policy and program tool used for international developmentaid, humanitarian relief, and promotion of international understanding. In the last century, forms of IVS have proliferated, while research on scope, effectiveness, and impacts has lagged behind. We propose a typology that addresses duration, nature of service, and degree of “internationality.” Further, we identify IVS networks and support organizations that bolster the capacity of IVS sending and hosting organizations, and in this process create large and little recognized international institutions ofcooperation. Building on the typology, we suggest program, policy, and research implications to advance knowledge of the role of IVS, its role in global civil society, and impacts it may have on human conditions and cross-cultural understanding.

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World Heritage Volunteers 2010 Report
While countries all over the world regularly acknowledge their youth as the leading force of the future, very few plan and invest in education that encompasses formal and non-formal learning processes, that stimulates intercultural dialogue and inter-generational cooperation. Even less care is given to providing actual spaces and building mechanisms for political involvement and decision-making giving youth an active role in the present.
From the onset, the World Heritage Volunteers projects have aimed to allow young volunteers to take the initiative. Every year, hundreds of young people show their willingness and commitment to the construction of new, learning societies in countries and territories around the world. Their dedication and passion allow new levels of connection between peoples through their common efforts, while reinforcing the promotion and preservation of World Heritage sites.
Relying almost exclusively on the efforts of young volunteers and local communities, the World Heritage Volunteers projects have brought together in 2010 more than double the number of individuals, organizations and countries than in the previous years. Lead by the example of youth and community commitment, many institutional and private partners are now joining the volunteers in becoming role models in World Heritage education. They show us with their voluntary work that if World Heritage sites belong to all peoples of the world, safeguarding this “unique and irreplaceable Heritage” is also a shared challenge, and young people have already taken on this responsibility.
- Rao Kishore (Director of UNESCO World Heritage Centre)

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LMTV Global Handbook
This handbook aims to
* Improve quality & maximize positive impact!
* Promote projects and cooperation more widely!
* Exchange vols. more efficiently & effectively!

The original version was made in the first LMTV Seminar in Tokyo, Nov. 2004, organized by NVDA, Alliance and NICE (Never-ending International workCamps Exchange) with 19 participants from 10 NGOs in in 10 countries.
It was then revised in Asia Europe Training for Trainers on LMTV in Tokyo, Feb. 2009 by NVDA, ASEF (Asia Europe Foundation) and NICE in cooperation with ALLIANCE and CCIVS with 28 participants from 25 NGOs in 20 countries.

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World Heritage Volunteers 2008-2009 Report
The World Heritage Volunteers projects have made a big impact in their first two years. This success is the result of the active involvement and dedication of thousands of individuals from all over the world. Learning from each other and from the communities they worked with, they have created wide international support for the concept and the reality of World Heritage preservation beyond physical and cultural boundaries.

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NVDA Guideline of Exchange
Produced by the Network for Voluntary Development in Asia.
This document contains information on how to run volunteers' exchanges between organisations.

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Resources
Volunteer PATH Capacity Building Training- France Report Volunteer PATH The Stakeholders Forum Report Non-Formal Learning Handbook for Volunteers and Volunteering Organisations
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CCIVS maintains:
official relations with UNESCO,
special consultative status with ECOSOC,
liasion status with FAO.

With the support of World Heritage Centre.