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Barbie Savior

Barbie Savior –  A beautiful parody with a serious background. The campaign, which includes a website, a wonderful blog as well as a very creative Instagram profile, was launched to raise awareness about what is wrong in the “fantastic” world of volunteering. It is a light way to address the difficult topic of the “white savior complex” in a drastic, sometimes a little painful way. Reviews: “The satirical account encapsulates what some see as the […]

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Intercultural Education Campaigns

Here you can find videos that deliver in a fun way intercultural education and messages that matter. Intercultural education is important to understand the injustice which is connected development cooperation, tourism, fundraising campaigns and voluntourism. This playlist gives you a lot of loughs, thoughts and serious discussions about serious subjects that are linked to voluntourism and “doing good”. The focus is on how doing good can cause harm and on […]

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Educational campaigns about the harm Voluntourism can cause

This playlist contains some educational videos from ordinary people who volunteered and decided to promote Responsible Volunteering as well as some fun campaigns from institutions that deliver their concerns about voluntourism with a lot of humor and sarcasm. We highly recommend yo to watch this video. A young students delivered an important message by turning the issue arround: lets save the United States. In addition you find some videos that […]

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Who wants to be a volunteer?

Tongue-in-cheek video pokes fun at the rise in ‘voluntourism‘, but the message to each volunteer to-be is a serious one.

A video highlighting the problems with “voluntourism” has gone viral. A cross between the reality shows Who Wants to be a Millionaire and Survivor, the clip parodies a Western volunteer’s experience in Africa.

The group behind it, the Norwegian Students’ and Academics’ International Assistance Fund (SAIH), wants to challenge Western perceptions of the continent and stimulate debate about development.

(www.theweek.co.uk)

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