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ARNOVA 2020 Collection

To get ready for ARNOVA 2020 we have created a free collection of articles exploring the role of civil society action for environmental sustainability.  Keep reading for additional free aricles, issues and collections.

Civil society action for environmental sustainability


This collection is free to read until 30 November:

Editorial

Re-reading civil society action for environmental sustainability
Will Eadson and Mike Foden

Policy Review
Volunteering and the Sustainable Development Goals: an opportunity to move beyond boundaries
Angela Ellis Paine et al.

Research

Shoots and leaves: exploring the impacts and fragile sustainability of sustainable place-making projects working with marginalised people
Sam Ramsden

A part and yet apart: how third sector visions of carbon reduction are both welcomed and marginalized
Julian Dobson

The community economies of Esch-sur-Alzette: rereading the economy of Luxembourg [Open Access]
Gerald Taylor Aiken, Christian Schulz and Benedikt Schmid

Assembling community energy democracies
Bregje van Veelen and Will Eadson

Exploring the use of user-centred design methods to inform the development of impact measurement practices: lessons learnt in the environmental volunteering sector
Valentine Seymour

Understanding the impact of volunteering on pro-environmental behavioural change
Valentine Seymour, Mike King, and Roberta Antonaci

Surviving tough times: an investigation into environmental voluntary sector organisations under austerity
Nicholas Kirsop-Taylor



More from Voluntary Sector Review 

We have also selected a few articles you might find valuable, including all of Volume 11 number 1. All of these articles are free to read until 30 November: 

Evidence-based volunteer management: a review of the literature
Christopher Einolf

Leadership, professionalisation and impact: lessons from a national survey of non-profit leaders in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Sabith Khan

Incivility and the use of systems thinking to promote healthy voluntary organisations
Janet M. Phillips et al.

Are we addressing the knowledge translation needs of community-based organisations? A mixed-methods study
Selma Tobah et al.

Using the production of welfare framework to measure the success of a short-term marketing campaign: a case study
Giuliana Caranante and Sean D. Williams

Building blocks of an effective NGO
Rekha Singhal

The informal social solidarity civil society sector in Greece at times of crisis
Stefania Kalogeraki


Volume 11, Number 1

Research
Housing associations diversifying into market renting: local contexts and (re)interpretation shaping strategic decision making
Julie Clarke and Rachel Kirk 

‘Small project, big difference’: capacity building through a national volunteering fund: an evaluation of the Department of Health’s Health and Social Care Volunteering Fund
Louise Warwick-Booth et al.

Student perceptions and experiences of charity on social media: the authenticity of offline networks in online giving
Jon Dean

Digital possibilities and social mission in the voluntary sector: the case of a community transport organisation in the UK
Tim Walker et al.

Leadership, professionalisation and impact: lessons from a national survey of non-profit leaders in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Sabith Khan

Policy and Practice
The difference leadership makes? Debating and conceptualising leadership in the UK voluntary sector
Terry Vita, James Rees, and Carol Jacklin-Jarvis

Mapping voluntary sector services for hidden or hard-to-reach populations: challenges and practice-based lessons for future research
Emma J. Walker, Bethany Waterhouse-Bradley, and Cherie Armour

Book Review
The Palgrave handbook of global philanthropy, Pamala Wiepking and Femida Handy (eds)
John Mc Loughlin

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Editors Choice Collection 

Read six of our editors' top articles from recent issues for free until 31 January. 

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Free sample issue

Enjoy free access to Volume 9, Number 3 until 31 December.


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