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Thursday January 01 1970

FORUM European Conference 26-27 June 2008, Dublin

category international | miscellaneous | event notice author Friday May 09, 2008 10:38author by Tara Finglas - Irish Aidauthor email tara.finglas at dfa dot ieauthor address Irish Aid Volunteer and Information Centre, 27-31 Upper O'Connell Street, Dublin 1.author phone +353 1 8546926 Report this post to the editors

Best Practice in International Volunteering and Co-operation in a European context.

This year's European Conference will be hosted by Comhlámh at the the new Volunteering Centre in Dublin, Ireland, on 26-27 June 2008. The event is to be funded by Irish Aid.

The conference will focus on Best Practice in International Volunteering and Co-operation in a European context.

This year's European Conference will be hosted by Comhlámh at the the new Volunteering Centre in Dublin, Ireland, on 26-27 June 2008. The event is to be funded by Irish Aid.

The conference will focus on Best Practice in International Volunteering and Co-operation in a European context.

Programme Outline

The conference will begin at 10am on Thursday 26th of June and close at 1.00pm on Friday 27th June.

• Codes of Practice and Legal Frameworks
• Children and Vulnerable Adults Protection
• Experiences of Returned Development Workers
• Funding
• Open Space - A chance for participants to share best practice, raise issues of best
practice and seek solutions to queries.

If you would like space at the open session please register your interest as soon as possible by sending a 500-word submission to info@forum-ids.org
Register online now!

http://www.forum-ids.org/forumsitecontent/pages/Euro200....html

A discounted rate is being offered to members of FORUM.

Further information about the conference visit our conference page:

Conference hosted by Comhlámh and funded by Irish Aid

Claire Lewis
FORUM Coordinator
Tel: + 44 (0) 116 257 6608

http://www.forum-ids.org

Related Link: http://www.forum-ids.org
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