1981-05-21 Utrecht Netherlands
21 May 1981, Utrecht (Netherlands). Previously also had the following sub-titles: International Network Promoting Volunteer Action Across Europe -- Réseau international pour la promotion du volontariat -- Red Internacional para la Promoción del Voluntariado en Europa -- Internationale Netzwerk für die Verbreitung von Voluntäraktivitäten in Europa -- Rete Internazionale per la Promozione del Volontariato in Europa. Also known as Committee to encourage Unpaid Volunteer Action in Countries of Europe -- Comité de promotion de l'action volontaire dans les pays d'Europe. Registered as a foundation in accordance with Dutch law.
Promote the values and principles of volunteering, active citizenship and social justice at local, regional, national and European level.
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