Official Opening of the European Volunteering Capital

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Denmark’s Charity Collection for children without a home

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Opening of the Voluntary Capital Warm Up Week

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The opening of the Volunteering Capital gave a boost to voluntary associations

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Jutland Station: a voice of the international communities in Aarhus

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The cooperation between the civil society and municipalities is growing

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Official Openin at Ridehuset

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Official Opening of Volunteering Capital in the City Hall

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Warm/up Week 15/ 21 January

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Videos of the European Volunteering Capital

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The Volunteering Capital of 2018

In 2018 Aarhus is the European Volunteering Capital. London, Lisbon and Barcelona have previously had this title and in 2017 is Sligo, in Ireland, the Capital of Volunteering.

The title is given each year to a European municipality which has been particularly notable in terms of volunteering. In Aarhus’s case, the jury emphasizes that Aarhus City Council has adopted a citizenship policy that you measure and follow up in the city.

It also highlights the integration that takes place between the municipality, the culture and the social welfare areas, where volunteers help to set the agenda on how municipalities and civil society can cooperate.