Voluntary Work by Older People in Europe
Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol
PART I: REALISING VOLUNTEERING BY OLDER PEOPLE IN EUROPE: AN OVERARCHING APPROACH
Introduction: enhancing volunteering in later life in Europe
~ Jensen, P.H. and Principi, A.
Volunteering in older age: a conceptual and analytical framework
~ Jensen, P.H., Lamura, G. and Principi, A.
PART II: OPPORTUNITIES AND RESTRICTIONS FOR OLDER VOLUNTEERS: NATIONAL EXPERIENCES
Older volunteers in Italy: an underestimated phenomenon?
~ Principi, A., Chiatti, C. and Lamura, G.
Older volunteers in Denmark: a large voluntary sector in a highly developed welfare state
~ Jensen, P.H.
Older volunteers in Germany: opportunities and restrictions in the welfare mix
~ Aleksandrowicz, P., Bockermann, D. and Frerichs, F.
Older volunteers in England: towards greater flexibility and inclusiveness?
~ Lindley, R., Baldauf, B., Galloway, S. and Li, Y.
Older volunteers in France: recognising their social utility in a less and less corporatist welfare state
~ Poussou-Plesse, M., Mascova, E. and Petit, M
Older volunteers in Poland: the heritage of a socialist regime
~ Turek, K. and Perek Bialas, J.
Older volunteers in Sweden: a welfare state in transition
~ Andersson, P.Å. and Anxo, D.
Older volunteers in the Netherlands: new challenges to an old tradition
~ Schippers, J. and Conen, W.
PART III: OPPORTUNITIES AND RESTRICTIONS FOR OLDER VOLUNTEERS: CASE STUDIES IN EUROPEAN VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS
Voluntary organisations’ characteristics and practices towards older volunteers
~ Principi, A. and Perek-Bialas, J.
Organisational reflections on the impact of working and caring on older volunteering
~ Lindley, R. and Principi, A.
Organisations’ age management of volunteers: pointing to the future
~ Schippers, J. and Principi, A.
PART IV: CONCLUSIONS
Conclusions: enhancing volunteering by older people in Europe
~ Principi, A., Lamura G. and Jensen, P.H.