UN Volunteers and Online Volunteers can complement and strengthen the workforce of UN entities, public institutions and civil society organizations. They are qualified, highly motivated and inspirational individuals committed to the principles and ideals of the United Nations. The United Nations Volunteers (UNV) programme offers partners different volunteer categories, depending on their needs and the nature of the expertise required.
United Nations entities
United Nations entities can tap into the full range of categories of UN Volunteers. Partners can refer to the UN Partner Toolkit for information on the process to recruit UN Volunteers and engage Online Volunteers. Mobilizing volunteers is facilitated through the AI-powered and cloud-based Unified Volunteering Platform (UVP). Visit the below pages for further information.
Are you ready to proceed? Contact UNV at regional office or field unit level to discuss your requirements and engage UN Volunteers.
Governments and public institutions
UN Member State governments can engage with UNV in developing programmes, policies and legislation that promote volunteerism and volunteer action through advisory services. Government bodies and public institutions can rely on Online Volunteers to bring in extra capacities.
Legally registered, non-profit and civil society organizations can gain additional capacity by involving Online Volunteers in their work.