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Host destinations need to benefit from volunteer tourism

This is an interesting article from Green Futures magazine, published by Forum for the Future, who work in partnership with TUI Travel, owners of i-to-i and Real Gap on sustainability issues. The article includes comments from a Product Manager from … Continue reading

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The ethics of organisations offering discounted volunteering trips

I received an email this week from i-to-i Volunteering and Inspired Breaks, promoting a discount on i-to-i projects. I have somehow got onto their mailing list (and I’m not entirely sure how or if this is something I can asked … Continue reading

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Some good articles on the value of volunteering on gap years

I’m not really a Telegraph reader but came across this article about gap years and the value of doing something worthwhile, as opposed to purely travelling, when applying to university or for a job. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/hubs/gapyear/9464982/Gap-year-travel-does-time-out-really-enrich.html This also led me to … Continue reading

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i-to-i announce top volunteering destinations in 2011

South Africa tops the list, with Kenya and Costa Rica second and third. http://www.mapthegap.co.uk/volunteering/2012/03/09/i-to-i-announce-top-volunteering-destinations The most popular i-to-i project in 2011 was a lion conservation project in Johannesburg. i-to-i offer a range of projects in South Africa where volunteers are … Continue reading

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