Volunteerism & ICTs: Germany
Germany at a Glance
Get Involved with ICVolunteers' Projects in Germany
ICVolunteers-Switzerland is the Swiss branch of ICVolunteers. Historically, the Swiss office is the cradle of the whole organization. ICVolunteers has local presence in a growing number of countries, including Germany.
We invite you to look over what we are doing in the area.
ICVolunteers Projects in Germany:
8th European University on Volunteering
Following successful Assemblies in Spain, France, Switzerland, Germany and The Netherlands that were established more than 20 years ago, the European University of Volunteering is coming to Strasbourg (Alsace), where it will convene its 8th Convention from 5th to 8th October, 2016.
Ugra Global Expert Meeting on Multilingualism in Cyberspace
Today more and more people around the world realize that linguistic diversity should be preserved, maintained and developed.
7th European University for Volunteering
The European University for Volunteering (EUV) focuses on research linked to volunteering and the volunteer sector.
Fri, 20 Oct 2017 17:34:42 GMT
Khaleej TimesYour time to volunteerKhaleej Times"The youth is at the heart of everything we do at Expo 2020 and volunteering for the event is a great opportunity and experience for them," said Alya Al Ali, 25-year old Emirati director of Youth Connect, an organisation aimed at placing young people ...and more » More...
Fri, 20 Oct 2017 20:20:03 GMT
New Jersey HeraldWhere's the buzz? German study finds dramatic insect declineNew Jersey HeraldScientists say an "alarming" drop in the number of flying insects in Germany could have serious consequences for ecosystems and food chains. In a paper published Wednesday Oct. 18, 2017 by the journal PLOS ONE, the scientists said the drop in airborne ...Where's the buzz? German study finds dramatic insect decline - WTHRWTHRMore than 75 percent decline over 27 years in total flying insect biomass in protected areas - PLOSPLOSall 11 news articles » More...
Thu, 19 Oct 2017 12:52:34 GMT
Deutsche WelleInsect and bird populations declining dramatically in GermanyDeutsche Welle... caught in special traps since 1989. Volunteer entomologists installed the traps in 63 different protected habitats in the German states of North Rhine-Westphalia, Rhineland Palatinate, and Brandenburg. They included heathland, pastures and fallow land.More than 75 percent decline over 27 years in total flying insect biomass in protected areas - PLOSPLOSThree-quarters of the total insect population lost in protected nature reserves - Radboud University - Radboud ...Radboud UniversiteitWarning of 'ecological Armageddon' after dramatic plunge in insect numbersThe GuardianThe Independentall 111 news articles » More...