Replicate King's scheme - Hurd

Ainswoth, David
November 2013
Third Sector;11/19/2013, Issue 777, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of the Office for Civil Society of Great Britain to develop an evidence base to promote more volunteering in public sector organizations such as hospitals and schools, according to Civil Society Minister Nick Hurd.


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