You are a passionate traveler and adventurer and you are not afraid of new challenges? But there is this one dangerous things that humans can not stop and which is stronger than anything else. Fatal Diseases. Read more about Ebola and it’s consequences. How to confront yourself with the disease and how to make informed responsible decisions.
Ella talks about her social project ‘Volunteers Peru’ and explains her thoughts on ethical volunteering abroad and how ‘volunteering’ is very different from ‘voluntourism’. Read about her opinions, why even good intentions can lead to very one-sided benefits and how thoughtful planning can avoid this.
Brad Brasseur compares the pros and cons of the Internet and the role social media plays for the functions and images of NGOs.
Read about his well written portrait as he explains the new risks of manipulation, fraud and greed, but also the incredible potential of modern NGOs, while outlining criteria how to separate the ‘Good’ from the “Bad”.
Today we had the unique possibility to interview George Marsden, who was a volunteer at Sols 24/7. This amazing organization is operating in Malaysia, Cambodia, India, East Timor, and Laos and focuses on providing holistic education programs to urban and rural communities throughout Southeast Asia. Their core program is to provide education in English, IT and Life Skills.