Taking the Lead: Youth Led Volunteering

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Poverty cannot be measured by income alone, nor can an anti-poverty programme only address income enhancing measures. Parenthood is nowadays a project of individual importance to men and women and a right which the state has taken upon itself to guarantee. Anderson (2006) used a community-based research project in her policy course to increase interest in macro practice. It seeks to advance knowledge pertaining to the nonprofit sector and its impact on human well-being and development internationally.

Pages: 56

Publisher: UK Youth (March 27, 2009)

ISBN: 190447912X

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