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Voluntary

Description

Voluntary may refer to:

  • Voluntary (music)
  • Voluntary or volunteer, person participating via volunteering/volunteerism
  • Voluntary muscle contraction

From Wikipedia

Organizations relating to Voluntary

Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action / Est. 1971
ELIX - Conservation Volunteers Greece / Est. 1987
International League of Esperantist Cooperators / Est. 1947
Foundation for International Voluntary Service
Federazione Organismi Cristiani Servizio Internazionale Volontario / Est. 1972
REACT International / Est. 1962
Agreement Concerning the Voluntary Contributions to be Given for the Execution of the Project to Save the Temples of Philae / Est. 1970
International Communications Volunteers / Est. 1999
Voluntary and Christian Service / Est. 1953
Peaceworkers USA / Est. 1948
European Voluntary Service for Young People / Est. 1996
Convention on the Voluntary Recognition of Children Born out of Wedlock / Est. 1980
Volunteer Africa / Est. 2001
Jewish Volunteer Corps of American Jewish World Service
Heart to Heart International / Est. 1992
World Horizons International / Est. 1987
Forum of African Voluntary Development Organizations / Est. 1987
Asia Volunteers Centre
Regional Arab Federation of Associations for Voluntary Fertility Control / Est. 1982
Volunteers for Inter-American Development Assistance / Est. 1991
Volunteer International Christian Service / Est. 1971
International Friendship Volunteer Centre, Osaka
Federation of World Volunteer Firefighters Associations / Est. 1982
Regional Platform for Cooperation of Voluntary Service Organizations from Central and Eastern Europe / Est. 1997
Fédération francophone des ONG d'envoi de coopérants ONG / Est. 1991

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World Problems relating to Voluntary

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Scarification
Voluntary physical suffering
Cultural suicide
Proliferation of voluntary organizations
Euthanasia
Extremist voluntary movements
Ineffective community organizations
Unpaid wages
Unpaid debts
Lack of trained firefighters
Undervaluation of community service
Unfair social representation in military forces
Trade restrictions due to voluntary export restraints
Dependence on unpaid female labour
Inadequate utilization of volunteer social service workers
Irresponsible philanthropic organizations
Underpaid civil servants
Underpaid military forces
Unpaid labour
Lack of payment for housework
Unrewarded volunteer initiatives
Declining volunteer services
Government loan defaults
Uncoordinated volunteer transportation
Dependence on untrained volunteer teachers

Action Strategies relating to Voluntary

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Promoting voluntary human extinction
Euthanasia
Fasting
Living simply
Volunteering
Using voluntary instruments
Implementing voluntary environmental programmes by industry
Integrating value of women's unpaid work in resource accounting systems
Supporting voluntary organizations
Strengthening volunteer governance
Facilitating return to developing countries of qualified experts
Providing social mix in military forces
Strengthening volunteer service force
Imposing voluntary system of cryptography
Ensuring competent consulting services
Fostering linkages between family planning and social welfare
Organizing community task forces
Being a religious volunteer
Church volunteer
Arranging volunteer exam tutoring
Providing volunteer assistance for prisoners
Volunteering local experience data
Including unpaid productive work in satellite national accounts
Creating voluntary service corps
Researching social action

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