Daniel Grossbroehmer


About Daniel Grossbroehmer

Daniel is currently working as advisor for several local and international NGO in Myanmar. He covers topics like impact orientation, project management or monitoring and evaluation systems. Before that he has been seven years with one of Europe's biggest private funded NGOs and responsible for the impact measurement and improvement of volunteer services. He is consulting governmental agencies and NGOs in how to improve the quality and administration of volunteer services.Daniel spend one years as a volunteer in Brasil and studied French, Portuguese and Economics in Germany and France. He has working experience in Cameroon and Angola In 2015, Daniel completed his MBA Programme in Berlin and Cambridge.


Weltdienst 30+

Weltdienst 30+

At responsible-volunteering.com one of our goals is to promote alternatives to conventionally organised volunteer travel experiences. This is why we presented earlier this year the ideas behind the weltwärts reverse program, in which volunteers from the global south travel to Germany to volunteer in local social projects. Another program, which is also financially supported by the German government, just as the  weltwärts reverse programme is the “Weltdienst 30+”, which could […]

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FAIRREISEN statt Verreisen

Rezension: FAIRreisen statt Verreisen von deepertravel

Mit der Veröffentlichung des E-Books  FAIRreisen statt Verreisen ist es Eva Garderer und Robert M. Bichler von www.deepertravel.de gelungen die wichtigsten und zentralsten Punkte rund um individuelle (Langzeit-)reisen zusammenzubringen. Dabei verknüpfen sie eng die Themen des individuellen Reisens und des Volunteerings, bzw. ehrenamtlicher oder freiwilliger Arbeit im Ausland. Nichtsdestotrotz ist das Buch sicherlich auch für Individualreisende ohne Ambitionen eines Freiwilligendienstes hilfreich.   Praktisch für die Praxis Dem Buch FAIRreisen statt […]

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Rethinking volunteering – reverse programs to the global north 1

The German government and civil society organizations are conducting an interesting experiment – and apparently a pretty successful one, too. Within the last four years almost 2000 volunteers from countries of the global south – development countries – came to Germany for their reverse voluntary service. They work in kindergartens, support local NGOs and international development agencies, support schools and work with elderly people. The important thing: Volunteers don’t have to […]

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voluntourist

The Voluntourist Documentary

A unique documentary outlining the challanges of a normal volunteer “The Voluntourist” is a 30 min documentary questioning the impact of international volunteering on local communities. The film does not aim to list all the possible negative impacts of poorly arranged international volunteering programs, but instead raises certain overarching questions through a series of interviews.   From a past voluntourist for futur volunteers This movie is for everyone who is planning to volunteer […]

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