Welcome to the Voluntary Action History Society!

Next Event

Monday, 15 May 2017
5.30pm, room 304, IHR, Senate House
Ann Nehlin, University of Stockholm
Building bridges of trust: child transports from Finland to Sweden during WWII

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Recent News

18 April 2017 London South Bank University is launching four new history degrees in September and is now recruiting for a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer post in History (deadline 23 April 2017).  The new degrees cover modern social and political history with a particular focus on the history of activism, diversity and how change happens. Click here for job description/application.

26 March 2017 VAHS will be holding a Study Day on ‘Voluntary Action and the Fight for Heritage: 50 years of Conservation Areas, 1967-2017‘ on Saturday, 24 June 2017 at St Pancras Old Church. The day will include talks by people active in the field, a guided walk around the King’s Cross/St Pancras development area, our AGM and a drinks party. More info will follow, but make sure to put the date in your diary now!

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Latest Blog Posts

Community building in Notting Hill: online archive for nursery centre by Michael Locke

Charity in the Georgian Era: Lessons for Today? by Andrew Rudd

For more blog posts, click here.


If you have any voluntary action-related news or events you would like posted on the VAHS website, please email Kerrie Holloway at k.k.holloway@qmul.ac.uk.

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