Institute of Volunteering Research launches free research database

Evidence Bank, with 200 entries, set up by research arm of Volunteering England

A database of volunteering research has been launched by the Institute for Volunteering Research, the research arm of Volunteering England.

According to the institute, its free Evidence Bank contains about 200 entries, including all public reports produced by the research organisation since 1997. It plans eventually to extend the database to list third party work as well.

Nick Ockenden, the director of the institute, said: "We are pleased to have developed a landmark resource that makes all our research into volunteering accessible. Over the past 13 years we have accumulated a wealth of knowledge about volunteering, which we are keen to share with others."

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