The United Nations’ International Year of Volunteers: a significant non-EU transnational initiative for EU countries?

Angela Ellis Paine, Jeremy Kendall, Simone Baglioni

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Abstract

Book abstract: This volume is the culmination of seven years of research by the Third Sector European Policy (TSEP) network. Seventeen chapters offer in-depth insights into the third sector and policy processes in a wide range of European countries, including the Netherlands, Spain and Italy, plus over-arching chapters that consider European-wide processes, the impact of decision making in Brussels and the evolving landscape within which European third sector policy is developing.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHandbook On Third Sector Policy In Europe: Multi-level Processes and Organized Civil Society
EditorsJeremy Kendall
PublisherEdward Elgar Publishing
ISBN (Print)978 1849802758
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2009

Keywords

  • EU
  • transnationalism
  • United Nations

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    Ellis Paine, A., Kendall, J., & Baglioni, S. (2009). The United Nations’ International Year of Volunteers: a significant non-EU transnational initiative for EU countries? In J. Kendall (Ed.), Handbook On Third Sector Policy In Europe: Multi-level Processes and Organized Civil Society Edward Elgar Publishing .