The 26th IAVE World Volunteer Conference

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About the Conference

Collectively the world’s volunteering is an expression of civic engagement that in very practical ways builds the community cohesion and resilience that are fundamental to making life better for people and communities.
At the 2022 World Volunteer Conference IAVE and the Emirates Foundation will seek to encourage volunteerism as an important part of creating a more equal and inclusive future for communities, recognize the tireless work of volunteers across the globe, and celebrate their exceptional volunteer response to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
They also want to acknowledge that volunteer engagement and volunteering leadership is needed more than ever to help address the world’s most pressing challenges.


About Emirates Foundation

Emirates Foundation was launched on 12 April 2005 as an initiative of UAE President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, in his then capacity as Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi. It is chaired by His Highness Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
Emirates Foundation is a national organization set up to facilitate public-private funded initiatives to unite social responsibility across the UAE, by implementing research-based programs that meet the country’s needs towards sustainable community development.
The Foundation works with public and private sector partners to meet national goals, respond to society’s most pressing challenges and in the development of national competencies through digital smart platforms and defined through data-driven social needs.
Position: Co -Founder of ENGAGE,a new social venture for the promotion of volunteerism and service and Ideator of Sharing4Good

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