Volunteering Australia has published landmark research presenting a full picture of volunteering in Australia as told by volunteers and organisations. The Volunteering in Australia 2022 reports provide insights into why volunteering is declining and how we can address the challenges facing volunteering and explore opportunities to reimagine a future where volunteering in Australia thrives.
As part of the development of the National Strategy for Volunteering, Volunteering Australia has been leading the Volunteering in Australia research project. This seminal research will serve as a core evidence base on contemporary volunteering in Australia, and will inform the development of the National Strategy.
- Volunteering in Australia 2022: The Volunteer Perspective, by the Australian National University Centre for Social Research and Methods
- Volunteering in Australia 2022: The Organisation Perspective, by a consortium of researchers from Curtin University, Griffith University, and the University of Western Australia
The Volunteering in Australia research launch took place on Monday 17 October and we were delighted to be joined by over 290 people. If you were unable to attend, you can access the presentation slides and event recording on the National Strategy for Volunteering website.