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November 2005

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 best practices, general information, and case studies, this is your Source.

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So You May Know
UnXpected
Wisdom & Insight
VT-Lines
3-Q's
Supply Chain
Study & Research


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FEATURE ARTICLE
Inbound VolunTourism: The Crime Of Invention
"Hey, we would like to do a volunteer project as a social activity in conjunction with our annual meeting!"

"Can you come up with something by Monday?"

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FEATURE ARTICLE
National Tour Association Panel Session Recap
For those who were unable to attend, here is my report on the 2005 NTA Convention's VolunTourism Panel...

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COLUMNS

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

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UnXpected
Send Us Your Input
Flooding and rain has hit Guatemala and here is one person that would like to connect with those who might be able to help.
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Wisdom & Insight
Are There Any Prerequisites To Attend The 2006 VolunTourism Forum & Expo?
This great question made me put on my thinking cap and review our materials, descriptions, and vocabulary as it relates to the 2006 VolunTourism Forum & Expo. more>>>

VT-Lines
Send A Granny Away?!?
Cath Urquhart gives us a little insight into the changing face of one tour operator (SAGA) thanks to the impact of VolunTourism. more>>>

3-Q's
Expanding The Perspective On VolunTourism
This month we visit with Dr. Margaret Graham, an associate professor at Caledonian University Glasgow. She specializes in Cultural Heritage Tourism and provided some thought-provoking responses to this month's questions. more>>>

Supply Chain
Por Un Mejor HOY!
You may have had moments when you said, "I hope tomorrow will be better than today." But these folks are 24 hours ahead of your schedule. more>>>

Study & Research

Voluntourism: Can It Influence Mass Tourism?
For this issue of the Research Forum section of The VolunTourist, Dr. Nancy McGehee welcomes Dr. Stephen Wearing from the University of Technology (Sydney) and his research on volunteer tourism. more>>>

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