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Voluntourism: Are best intentions enough?

  • Mon, 12 Feb 2018 09:26

Hannah Reid's volunteering stint started with a grotty hostel and ended with the feeling an industry built on best intentions could be doing more harm than good. While law school classmates interned at the big firms over summer, Reid wanted something different, and joined thousands of others from around the world in paying New Plymouth-based International Volunteer HQ to arrange a placement.

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