Civil society organizations consist of volunteers who come together around a common goal and establish internal rules. However, as organizations develop and their institutional structures expand, they require regular human resources. These human resources include not only volunteers who are members or supporters, but also professional employees.
When it is considered that there is approximately one paid employee for every three civil society organizations in our country, it can be better understood how important volunteers are for civil society organizations. However, working effectively with volunteers requires good planning, starting with defining volunteerism and including important checkpoints.
The training titled 402- Relationships with Volunteers was prepared to provide information about existing volunteer practices in the world and in our country, and to contribute to the design of volunteer programs for civil society organizations according to their own needs.
- To review the historical background and etymology of volunteerism, and how it is currently interpreted in a contemporary context.
- To learn how some local, international, and supranational organizations and dictionaries define volunteerism.
- To learn about the reasons and motivations for people to volunteer.
- To discuss what participation and citizenship mean, and how volunteerism fits into these concepts.
- To understand what needs to be followed and taken into account to create a sustainable volunteer policy.
"Biçilmiş Kaftan" Ismarlama Eğitim Programı
“Biçilmiş Kaftan” Ismarlama Eğitim Programı, sizlerin belirlediği ihtiyaçlar doğrultusunda bizimle birlikte tasarlanan ve planlanan özelleştirilmiş bir kapasite güçlendirme desteği.