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Recognition of Intergenerational Volunteering Experiences and Results
During 2012 and 2013 the Alliance participated in the Grundtvig Multilateral project RIVER together with other volunteering organisations and adult education providers from Austria, Finland, Germany, Hungary and Italy.
The project aimed at making the learning benefits of senior volunteering activities visible, by developing and testing a planning and validation system for senior volunteers. The RIVER methodology intends to improve the learning opportunities available for senior citizens in Europe and to motivate them to engage in voluntary projects that promote intergenerational learning.
The project has been implemented with the support from the European Union through the Lifelong Learning Programme.
For more information and updates, the website of the project www.river-project.eu contains useful information and the downloadable final products of the project:
The concrete results of the project also include:
These results and the learning outcomes of the partnership were presented to the European Conference “Recognition of Learning in Volunteering” that took place in Vienna on 12th November 2013, co-organized by the consortium leader Die Berater and the partner Research Institute of the Austrian Redcross.