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Successfull conference invited all sides together

20 November 2018

The In For Care mid-term conference drew 69 participants from all parts of the quadruple helix: Academia, end-users, SMEs and the public sector. True to the project, the conference theme was informal …

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A challenge for the European community

14 November 2018

In For Care partner CMO STAMM are looking for more collaborations abroad to focus on the issues of young carers.

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An informal care café in Flanders

01 November 2018

In the city of Aalst, a travelling café lets informal carers meet others in the same situation for learning and socializing.

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Voluntary exchange in Norway

17 October 2018

35 organizations and over 100 people participated in an event focused on networking, fellowship and cooperation.

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Workshopping a new tool for volunteer managers

06 September 2018

In For Care organised a workshop with end-users of the volunteer manage system called Frida on Tuesday 4th September.

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The state of informal care and voluntary assistance in Europe

26 June 2018

Download our overview of informal care and volunteering in the North Sea Region.

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A quadruple helix guide for innovations

19 June 2018

Download the In For Care guide to innovate together with SMEs, knowledge institutions, public administration and end-users.

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Innovation through quadruple helix in Flanders

13 June 2018

Transnational cooperation and exchange of best practices is inspiring cities in Flanders to find new solutions in informal care and voluntary assistance.

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Volunteering organizations and students met at exhibition

18 May 2018

On the 2nd of May University College South Denmark hosted an exhibition of volunteering organizations. It helped students at UC SYD become aware of the many opportunities to engage in volunteer work i…

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Co-creating with students in Scotland

08 May 2018

Students from Scotland, Denmark and Norway sat down for a co-creation session with the Fife Society for the blind. The results feed into further work with In For Care.

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