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FEATURES:
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So You May Know
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Wisdom & Insight
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Supply Chain
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The VolunTourist™ is a premium Newsletter for the Travel Trade. For those interested in discovering what is happening in the world of VolunTourism and seeking emerging practices, general information, and case studies, this is your Source.

FEATURE ARTICLE
The 2006 VolunTourism Forum
Still trying to make a decision about attending the VolunTourism Forum on February 21 - 22, 2006? Well, this article is meant to deliver as much insight as possible into what will take place over the course of these two days.

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FEATURE ARTICLE
VolunTourism & The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) - Part I
Can VolunTourism have an impact on helping to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)? This first part in a series of articles will begin our exploration of VolunTourism's potential for doing so.

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COLUMNS

So You May Know
The Familiarization VolunTourism Model
In our continuing series leading up to the 2006 Volun-Tourism Forum & Expo, here is another VolunTourism Model for your review. more>>>

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UnXpected
Send Us Your Input
Keep those letters coming! We really appreciate your effort in responding to articles and sending us your questions. more>>>

Wisdom & Insight
What Is IRS Publication 526?
If you are considering offering tax deductible options for your VolunTourists, this is a document with which you need to familiarize yourself. more>>>

VT-Lines
VolunTourism As A Catalyst?
Dr. Don Hawkins and Kristin Lamoureux of The George Washington University joined me in inking an article for the World Tourism Organization's TedQual magazine. more>>>

3-Q's
VolunTourism & Boomers
Matt Thornhill, President of The Boomer Project, gave us answers to this month's 3-Q's and provided some insight into why VolunTourism may have great potential amongst Boomers. more>>>

Supply Chain
GlobeAware
If you plan to travel, you should travel conscientiously and with awareness. GlobeAware makes it possible for you to achieve such a state. more>>>

Study & Research

Choosing Your Conservation-Based Volunteer Tourism Market Segment With Care - Part I
For this issue of the Research Forum section of The VolunTourist, Dr. Nancy McGehee is pleased to present findings from research conducted by Alexandra Coghlan of James Cook University in relation to conservation-based volunteer tourism >>>

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