Make an Impact | International Volunteering Conference 2020

Register now for the Australian Volunteers Program’s conference in Melbourne, Australia from 27-28 March 2020.

Secure your place at the 'Make an Impact | International Volunteering Conference 2020'.

Book yourself a weekend in March 2020 to be inspired and to connect with friends from the international volunteering community.

Registration is now open!

Click here for pricing and registration information. Stay tuned for the release of the conference program in late January 2020.

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Keynote speakers

The conference keynote speakers are volunteering advocates, community leaders and all-round legends. Be inspired and motivated by their stories!

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Over two days at Melbourne’s iconic Arts Centre, participants will be inspired by a series of keynote speakers, and engaging plenary and breakout sessions.


Connect with the international volunteering community through the conference and at the celebration dinner.  


Share and exchange your ideas and experience with over 300 delegates who are engaged in the skilled international volunteering and the development sectors.


We will explore the impact of skilled international volunteering on the communities we work with and the volunteers themselves.  

What you need to know



Friday to Saturday 27 - 28 March, 2020


The Arts Centre, Melbourne, Australia


The international volunteering community
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Conference location: Melbourne Australia.
RAVN 76Q6495
Returned volunteers celebrating at the 2016 RAVN Conference
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Indonesia Freida Nicholson
Volunteer Freda Nicholson volunteers as a Coral Rehabilitation Program Officer at PT Koko Smart in Indonesia.
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Tim Cleasby with Sitani Folau at the Hospital Physioth department, Ministry of Health, Tonga
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Returned volunteer Eddie Ridwan at the 2016 RAVN Conference.