The objective of the ViCE Hub is to contribute to, in times of conflict and emergencies, improved organizational provision of volunteer involving action and services to the humanitarian needs of people and communities affected, while also strengthening their resilience.
The goal is improved practices of organizations in Volunteering in Conflicts and Emergencies that increase volunteer involvement and engagement.
Learning: to contribute building the technical capacity of staff and volunteers on volunteering development, and more specifically volunteering in conflicts and emergencies. The priority in 2018 is to take learnings from the ViCE Initiative, turn them into transformative capacity building activities, and bring forward new approaches, skills, and mind-set
Research and innovation: to contribute in establishing new knowledge, tools and learnings on volunteering development, and more specifically volunteering in emergencies and conflicts. The priority in 2018 is to spearhead research two technical areas identified in the Listening Study and make data available for external use.
Technical support: to provide volunteer involving organizations with access to technical support on volunteering and more specifically volunteering in conflicts and emergencies. The priority in 2018 is to set in motion a technical support modality on ViCE. The technical support mechanism builds on a model pooling advisor resources from different organizations coordinated and supported by the ViCE Hub.