Tag Archives: volunteering

Strawberry Fields Forever

By Louisa Strain and Kathryn Bromwich from The Connect Group and The Green Group On Friday 16th March 20 volunteers from SAGE London donned their wellies and spent the day gardening in Bethnal Green, East London. Volunteers were recruited to participate in … Continue reading

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Fancy a game of chess? Volunteering at St Monica’s Primary School in Hoxton, London

Things are heating up this week in the Chess Club tournament at St Monica’s Primary School in Hoxton, London. Michelle is in the lead with 14 points, having not yet lost a match, but Anthony is catching up quickly with … Continue reading

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The sociological interest and significance of the 2012 London Olympic Games

Special Issue: Sociology and the 2012 Olympic Games From Sociology The 2012 London Olympic Games provide an exciting focus for sociological analyses of the personal and public, local and global. This special issue of Sociology contributes timely theoretical, empirical and methodological reflections … Continue reading

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Immigrant volunteering a stepping stone to integration?

From: Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly It is common for immigrants to join religious and social organizations and associations in an attempt to connect and integrate. One less obvious avenue is volunteering.  This article recognizes immigrants have so far been an … Continue reading

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