Hosting a UN Volunteer: An Orientation Guide
Why host a UN Volunteer?
What types of volunteers are supported by UNV?
What are the roles and responsibilities of UN Volunteers?
What is your responsibility in managing a UN Volunteer?
These questions and many more are answered in the UNV publication, Hosting a UN Volunteer: An Orientation Guide.
The orientation guide is to both inform and inspire partner organizations who wish to harness the power of volunteerism to achieve their peace and development objectives by hosting UN Volunteers within the context of their programmes, projects and field operations. It provides basic information about the mission and goals of UNV, the areas of its programmatic outreach, and the different types of UN Volunteers.
The orientation guide provides basic information about how host entities can partner with UNV and integrate elements of volunteerism and UN Volunteers into their own programmes. It also describes the responsibilities of partner organizations towards volunteers.
Hosting a UN Volunteer: An Orientation Guide is available in English French and Spanish online and, in limited quantities, in print. If you would like copies for UN agencies you work with, contact your local Programme Officer.
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