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Do you want volunteer but can’t really go anywhere? Does your free time fall at unconventional hours? Give online volunteering a shot and commit your time and skills to benefit society over the Internet.
Are you interested in development, humanitarian action and peacekeeping? Why not become one of 8,000 UN volunteers helping to tackle development challenges worldwide?
“ Fräiwellechwëllandu?” is a campaign initiated thanks to the European Year of Volunteering on 2011 and its objective is to encourage young volunteers to engage themselves and take action within our society.
Voluntary service of Cooperation provides a framework suitable for young people who want to invest their time and energy in the problem of developing countries.
If you want to join the growing number of young people who volunteer in Europe and across the world, there are many places online where you can choose the best opportunity for you!
Voluntary activities play an important role in Europe, but the situation differs from country to country. Check out the volunteering scene in Europe: what's going on, how many people volunteer and how old are they?
Civic voluntary service offers a real opportunity for civic engagement of young residents in Luxembourg.