The GloRe Network is the international umbrella organization that manages the GloRe Platform and all its contents, including the GloRe Certification System of the soft-skills acquired by local and international volunteers.
The Network was founded in 2017 and aims at reinforcing globally the recognition of Civil Society Organisations by:
See the list of Full Members, Trial Members and the Allies of The GloRe Network.
Funded by the Civil Society Dialogue Between EU and Turkey Grant Scheme (CSD-V/397), GloCal Recognition aims at strengthening the dialogue between European and Turkish civil society through the development of tools and activities for the recognition of Volunteering to ensure mutual understanding, sustainable dialogue and future cooperation.
The project fosters the development of many parts of the GloRe Certification Platform: the e-learning modules, the toolkit on certification, the new certification procedure and a general improvement given by over 100 young people that tried the certification within the project. But, above all, GloCal Recognition expands the project giving the possibility to certify not only international volunteers, but also local volunteers. In this process are involved many preeminent organizations both in Turkey (TEGV, TOG, Need Map) and in Italy (Emergency, ActionAid). Also Abdullah Gul University and other training and employment institutions are involved so that the certification is tailor made to fulfill the needs of all major stakeholders.
Euro-Turkish Civil Society Development (EUROTUREC, ref. num. CSD-VI/372) is supported by the EU Programme “Supporting Civil Society Dialogue Between EU and Turkey Grant Scheme (CSD-VI)”. The aim of the Program is to foster cooperation between Turkish and European Civil Society.
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