Australia: Volunteering conference in Albury NSW on 29 and 30 August 2013
Last Updated: 24 August 2013

Albury will be home to the volunteering conference, 'Country and City – Volunteering in the 21st Century', on 29 and 30 August 2013. It will consist of a wide range of interactive sessions, engaging workshops and, crucially, it will offer practical approaches and solutions that can be applied in the real world.

The conference aims to inspire individuals to think 'outside the box' about volunteering and to share innovative ideas and build them into their own programs and organisations.

The conference will bring together some of the brightest minds in the volunteering and not-for-profit sectors to consider crucial questions, such as:

  1. How can the sector work together more effectively?
  2. How can new technologies be used to promote the spread of ideas and skills, necessary in a globalised world?
  3. How a marriage between the public and private sector can augment the effectiveness of volunteer and not-for-profit organisations?
  4. What techniques have been proven to work?

The conference is run by the Volunteer Resource Bureau Incorporated which relies heavily on government funding, at the local, state and federal level, to promote an active citizenry and to foster hands-on voluntary participation in an ever changing world.

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