International Volunteering in Southern Africa: Potential for Change? Scientia Bonnensis, forthcoming
VOSESA is currently finalising two contributions to this book, which will be published on behalf of the South African German Network (SAGE Net). The book will look at international volunteering in the southern African context from the perspectives of German volunteers and host organisations and host communities in three SADC countries: Mozambique, South Africa and Tanzania.
Research Partnerships Build the Service Field in Africa
A joint special issue of the University of Johannesburg's The Social Work Practitioner-Researcher and the University of Zimbabwe's Journal of Social Development in Africa that reports on VOSESA's Five-Country Cross-National Study on Civic Service and Volunteering in SADC. Read more
A quarterly bulletin comprising short articles that describe and analyse policies, programmes and developments in the field of civic service and volunteering from the perspective of southern African countries. Read more
VOSESA writes reports, papers and articles on volunteering and civic service in the region and internationally. This work grows out of VOSESA’s participation in regional and international forums and initiatives that aim to strengthen volunteering and civic service. Sometimes it flows from work commissioned by VOSESA partners. Read more
An online publication that documents and analyses the experience of civic service and volunteerism in different parts of the world. Read more
VOSESA's Five-Country Cross-National Study on Civic Service and Volunteering in SADC.
Service Enquiry, an online publication available free-of-charge that documents and analyses the experience of civic service and volunteerism in different parts of the world.
VOSESA's analysis of the volunteering response to the 2008 Xenophobic Attacks in South Africa and its potential for social change.