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How to use collaborative governance to support the coordination of 9,500 volunteers during lockdown?

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A Belgian association – that was created at the beginning of the lockdown to help frail and elderly people – has brought together almost 9,500 volunteers in a few weeks. In order to facilitate the remote collaboration of these thousands of people, Laurent Ledoux put his expertise in collaborative governance at the service of the association. Let’s take a look back at a solidary collaboration.

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