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  • Measuring Volunteerism: UNV Side Event to the 46th Session of the UN Statistical Commission (2015)
    United Nations Volunteers | June, 2015. This report, authored by United Nations Volunteers (UNV), summarizes the UN Volunteer programme’s panel discussion titled “Data at the Lowest Possible Level: Measuring Volunteerism,” a side event to the 46th session of the UN Statistical Commission (2015) on 5 March 2015 in New York.

  • [News Release] The Impact of Rotary Volunteering—47 Million Hours a Year and Counting
    This ground-breaking new report, undertaken by the Johns Hopkins Center for Civil Society Studies with support from Rotary International is the first systematic, empirical analysis of the extent of volunteer activity generated by a major global service organization using the definition of volunteer work and survey methodology outlined in the International Labour Organization’s Manual on the Measurement of Volunteer Work.


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