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Volunteering team projects under the European Solidarity Corps

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The main aim of the research presented in this report was to verify why Polish organisations decide to host team volunteering projects within ESC. The research also allowed for identification of advantages of such projects, for both volunteers and hosting institutions, as well as potential difficulties that might occur over the course of such initiatives. Polish organisations and international volunteers who carried out team volunteering projects in Poland as part of the European Solidarity Corps collected data presented in this report. The data collected for the Foundation for the Development of the Educational System (FRSE) show that 25 projects of this type were funded, including four that combined individual and team volunteering activities. At the time of conducting the study, 10 projects were completed and 15 were at the stage of recruiting volunteers.

Report (English version)