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New book chapter exploring the role of volunteers who deliver public services

Volunteers have always made a massive contribution to our public services, but they are likely to become even more important in the future.

IVR’s Matthew Hill and the TSRC’s Angela Ellis Paine have co-written a chapter in a new book on public services that argues that the role of volunteers in third sector organisations that deliver public services has become narrower and more circumscribed over time as the logics that shape volunteering have shifted. The chapter is part of a timely edited volume exploring the role of voluntary sector organisations in public service delivery more widely.

You can purchase the book from the Policy Press website, and read a blog on it by James Rees of Open University.

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