Special Contributions

2022 State of the World’s Volunteerism Report

Special Contributions

Introduction

Special contributions are first-hand written accounts of a contributor’s perspective on volunteering. The contributions for the 2022 State of the World’s Volunteerism Report focus on volunteer-state partnerships, the subject of the report. Contributors provide their reflections on volunteer-state partnerships and share their perspectives on how partnerships can help tackle ongoing societal challenges, and how volunteerism could address emerging challenges, and contribute to building a fairer world.

Contributors

  • Government
  • Civil Society Organization
  • Private Sector
  • United Nations Partners
Bangladesh

Asia and the Pacific

MD Tazul Islam MP, Honourable Minister of Local Government Rural Development and Cooperatives, Bangladesh.

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Egypt

Arab States

Reflection by H.E. Dr. Nivine El-Kabbag, Minister of Social Solidarity

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Burkina Faso

West and Central Africa

Nabaloum Boureima, Directeur General du Programme Nationale de Volontariat du Burkina

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Fiji

Asia and the Pacific

Vani Catanasiga, Executive Director, Fiji Council for Social Services

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Lebanon

Arab States

Malak Yacout, The Volunteer Circle

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Guatemala

Latin America and the Caribbean

Mario Gonzalez, Presidente de la Junta Dicrectiva del Centro de Voluntariado, Guatemalteco/President of the Guatemalan Volunteer Association

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Peru

Latin America and the Caribbean

Leyla Perea, Empresas que Inspiran, Director of the private sector – Volunteer programme

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Sahel Region

West and Central Africa

Abdoulaye Dieye, UN Secretary General’s Special Adviser to the Sahel

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Kazakhstan

Commonwealth of Independent States

Arthur van Diesen, UNICEF Kazakhstan

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