Aisha Rodriguez discusses how you could get involved with ICS, a government-funded programme, which aims to meaningfully help developing countries
With a lack of volunteers, student-led projects at the University of Manchester helping adults with learning disabilities have an uncertain future. Kizzy Bray talks to three volunteers about what potential volunteers need to know and how to get involved
Why we feel guilty, and what needs to change
Manchester student set to make positive difference in Nepal when she takes part in an expedition with sustainable development charity Raleigh International
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Is volunteering abroad just a way to prove your superiority, or is there a real benefit to it?
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Astrid Kitchen explains, in clarifying detail, why organising volunteer work over the internet is a risky business: Meet Steve
At first glance, volunteering in a less developed country can seem at best disingenuous, more about looking kind than making an impact. But once you dig deeper, the real values of “voluntourism” become apparent
Mancunian charity front national initiative to make nightlife more LGBT inclusive in new film
“Employers value student volunteering because they look for rounded graduates”, Head of Careers Service said ahead of Volunteering and Social Justice Fair
Student volunteering expeditions will be furiously promoted at our university this week, but it’s our responsibility to ignore them
With loneliness becoming an ever-increasing problem for the older generation, the Intergenerational Project at the University of Manchester sets out to tackle the issue by bringing elderly people together
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There are a wealth of volunteering opportunities at the University of Manchester—what will you get involved with?
Last Tuesday, Amy Hinks came from the Booth Centre to the university to talk about the Manchester-based charity; what it does, and how students can get involved.
Is volunteering in the third world a life changing experience for both parties, or just the one?