Volunteerism in the post-2015 development agenda
Volunteerism's contribution to development is significant, but not adequately recognized. The post-2015 process offers an unprecedented opportunity to advocate for volunteerism and the values it stands for as an integral component of the new development agenda.
UNV is actively involved in this process: at country level through the work of its volunteers; at global level by providing inputs to relevant UN mechanisms; and together with volunteer groups, by supporting civil society participation in post-2015 decision-making and UN processes.
The UNDG Dialogues on the implementation of the post-2015 development agenda continue the global conversation on “how” the new agenda should be implemented.
UNV supports national dialogues through its volunteers and co-leads the global dialogue on partnerships with civil society. More about UNV and the dialogues
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