Tue, 28 Nov|
Launch of Time Well Spent 2023: Volunteering among the global majority
Join us to hear key insights from our new research into volunteering experiences and barriers among the global majority
Time & Location
28 Nov 2023, 10:15 – 11:30
About the Event
Time Well Spent is NCVO’s research programme focusing on volunteers and their experience.In this session we'll share the latest insights on an important topic: volunteering among the global majority.We use the term ‘global majority’ to refer to all ethnic groups except white British and other white groups, including white minorities. This includes people from black, Asian, mixed, and other ethnic groups who are often referred to as ‘ethnic minorities’. Learn more about our use of global majority.This new research aims to:understand volunteering and the volunteer experience among the global majority in more depth compare the volunteer experience of those from the global majority with volunteers overall, to understand similarities and differences explore barriers among non-volunteers from the global majority The findings will help practitioners and policymakers improve the experience of global majority volunteers and address barriers to volunteering.We also invite reflections from our panel and attendees.
PRICING This event is free.
OUTCOMES By the end of the event, you’ll:
- understand the latest findings from our new Time Well Spent research. This includes insights on the volunteering experiences and barriers for the global majority - hear our expert panel’s initial reflections on the policy and practice implications - have the opportunity to share your own questions and reflections with our team, the panel and other attendees.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Volunteer leads and managers Researchers Policymakers
WHO’S DELIVERING THE EVENT? NCVO is running this event. We’ll welcome panel members who’ll reflect on the findings.
HOW WILL IT BE DELIVERED? This event will take place on Zoom. Captions will be available.We'll share joining instructions, including the Zoom link, one week in advance. Timings are as follows.10.15: Welcome from NCVO's chair, Dr Priya Singh 10.20: Research findings from our NCVO research team 10.40: Reflections from our panel members 11.00: Q&A 11.20: Concluding reflections 11.30: Finish
WILL THIS EVENT BE RECORDED? Yes, this event is being recorded and will be uploaded to the NCVO YouTube channel shortly afterwards.
YOUR ACCESS NEEDS We’re committed to running accessible training and events. We want you to feel welcome, included, and able to fully engage in our sessions.All online events will have closed captions. We're also happy to arrange speech to text writers or BSL interpreters (subject to availability).To help us, please share any access needs you have when prompted by our booking form. We may be in touch to ensure we’re making the right adjustments.