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History of Student Volunteering - event invitation

The Institute for Volunteering Research and Student Hubs invite you to a ‘Students, Volunteering and Social Action 1960-2000: A witness seminar’.

24 June 2010, 2-5pm, NCVO, Regent’s Wharf, London

A witness seminar brings together key individuals in a chosen field to discuss and debate issues as they remember them. This witness seminar will consider the history of volunteering and social action by university students in Britain between1960 and 2000. Topics will include volunteering, community action and campaigning by students and the role of NUS, SCADU and Student Volunteering England.

Confirmed witnesses include Alan Barr - 1960s; Mike Day - 1970s; Mike Aitken - 1980s; Graham Allcott - 1990s.

This is part of the Students, Volunteering and Social Action: Histories and Policies project convened by Student Hubs and IVR.

For more details see

Places are limited so please register to attend at

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