Category Archives: Georgina Brewis

Dr Georgina Brewis is a John Adams Fellow at the Institute of Education, University of London. You can browse her blog contributions below.

Student Volunteering Week 1912?

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Georgina Brewis, Institute of Education, University of London Today is the first day of Student Volunteering Week 2012, an annual event marking the contribution that higher and further education students make to the wider community through volunteering, fundraising and campaigning … Continue reading

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A New Campaign for Charity Archives

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Georgina Brewis and Brenda Weeden, VAHS Podcast: Georgina Brewis and Anjelica Finnegan, 11 November 2011 We cannot write the history of Britain without recourse to the records of voluntary organisations. Some might argue this is only the case with pre-1945 … Continue reading

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Open House London: A Voluntary Action History Tour

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Georgina Brewis, Institute of Education London has a great variety of places and spaces of interest to the historian of charity. Every September, Open House opens the doors of over 700 buildings of all kinds across the capital opened to … Continue reading

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Voluntary sector archives: A hidden casualty of the cuts?

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Georgina Brewis, Institute of Education In July 2011 the British Records Association / Charity Archives and Records Management Group (CHARM) had to cancel a training day on charity archives for of lack of registrations. The reported reasons were that charities … Continue reading

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