Monthly Archives: April 2013

Australia leads the way on volunteer rights

As some of you know my last ‘proper’ job was as a director at Volunteering England where the last big project I was involved in was leading the secretariat for the Volunteer Rights Inquiry. This 18-month project was the first attempt anywhere in the world to try to analyse the issues behind often high profile… Read more »

Radio silence since the Olympics could mean the loss of hundreds of potential volunteers

It was recently reported that the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games Locog customer database has been handed over to Sport England. This means that, almost six months after the games finished and for the first time in the modern Olympic history, the complete list of Games Makers and people who expressed an interest in… Read more »