IVCO 2024

Building & Sustaining Connections for Change: Volunteering for Solidarity

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Jointly hosted by and Forum, the annual conference for International Volunteering Cooperation Organisations (IVCO) will be held in Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom from 9-13 September, 2024.

Delegates can now register for the prestigious annual International Volunteer Cooperation Organisations (IVCO) conference, which is being hosted for the first time in Newcastle upon Tyne by Northumbria University and Comhlámh, the Irish Association of International Development Workers and Volunteers. The focus of IVCO 2024 is on 'Building & Sustaining Connections for Change: Volunteering for Solidarity'.

Northumbria University will be the first academic institution to host the conference, with speakers and delegates gathering at the University’s Newcastle City Campus for the event, which will run from Monday, 9 September to Friday, 13 September.

Ignite change and help shape the future of volunteering! Every year, hundreds of IVCO attendees take in insightful sessions, dive into engaging workshops with peers and forge meaningful connections with practitioners and researchers working in volunteering and development spaces.

IVCO 2024 will tackle questions related to the roles of volunteers in an increasingly unequal world, one characterised by division and crisis. Through interactive sessions and peer-to-peer learning, we will challenge the idea of failure as something inherently negative and take steps on a journey of collective action towards volunteering for solidarity.

The conference will celebrate and explore how volunteering can create connections, challenge the status quo and enable meaningful, lasting social change in an ever-changing world.

Reserve your space now and stay up to date with the latest IVCO conference news and developments by visiting https://ivcoforum.org/. We hope to see you there!

Delegates can now register for the prestigious annual International Volunteer Cooperation Organisations (IVCO) conference, which is being hosted for the first time in Newcastle upon Tyne by Northumbria University and Comhlámh, the Irish Association of International Development Workers and Volunteers. The focus of IVCO 2024 is on 'Building & Sustaining Connections for Change: Volunteering for Solidarity'.

Northumbria University will be the first academic institution to host the conference, with speakers and delegates gathering at the University’s Newcastle City Campus for the event, which will run from Monday, 9 September to Friday, 13 September.

Ignite change and help shape the future of volunteering! Every year, hundreds of IVCO attendees take in insightful sessions, dive into engaging workshops with peers and forge meaningful connections with practitioners and researchers working in volunteering and development spaces.

IVCO 2024 will tackle questions related to the roles of volunteers in an increasingly unequal world, one characterised by division and crisis. Through interactive sessions and peer-to-peer learning, we will challenge the idea of failure as something inherently negative and take steps on a journey of collective action towards volunteering for solidarity.

The conference will celebrate and explore how volunteering can create connections, challenge the status quo and enable meaningful, lasting social change in an ever-changing world.

Reserve your space now and stay up to date with the latest IVCO conference news and developments by visiting https://ivcoforum.org/. We hope to see you there!

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