What we do

Volunteer Correct wants better volunteering. We raise awareness, conduct research, and lobby within the voluntourism industry.

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Where to volunteer?

Want to volunteer, but full of questions? It is a hard choice! Check out our resources to find out what type of project suits you!

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Workshops and expertise

Volunteer Correct is the leading organisation reaching both potential volunteers and sending organisations. We share our expertise.

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Investigating voluntourism in Cape Town

Voluntourism in Cape Town: The Report

Voluntourism in Cape Town: Mother City’s complete offer unpacked To officially end Project Cape Town in style, the Volunteer Correct foundation presents her research report. In order to produce their films and articles, the foundation investigated all offers of voluntourism in Cape Town. Read the full report right away, or read the headlines here below.

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The importance of attachment: a ‘high five’ when he was happy

The importance of attachment: the experiences of a developmental psychologist Volunteer Correct presents their expert forum, where professionals from field that touch international volunteering have their say. In this article, developmental psychologist Merijn Ritmeester shares his experience about attachment issues in youth care, like that one boy with whom he bonded especially well. Every human

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Merijn Ritmeester

Merijn Ritmeester: developmental psychologist

Merijn Ritmeester: developmental psychologist Later this week we can look forward to an article by Merijn Ritmeester. As developmental psychologist, he describes his own experiences with the necessity of safe attachment and proper training of volunteers. Today we give him room to introduce himself briefly. Merijn Ritmeester, the floor is yours: “People fascinate me. Enhancing

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Lindokuhle looks back

From a local perspective: Lindokuhle looks back

Lindokuhle looks back at Project Cape Town: experience from a local perspective During Volunteer Correct’s ‘Project Cape Town’, we were assisted by four South African volunteers. One of them is Lindokuhle. Recently, Lindo has started his year long Learnership Programme at the National Broadcast Institute in Johannesburg, Newtown. Looking back on Project Cape Town, he

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Khayelitsha screening

Khayelitsha Screening ‘Project Cape Town’: A Special Experience

Project Cape Town’s Khayelitsha Screening On 18 March, three of our “Project Cape Town” participants decided to organize a second screening in Cape Town. Bibi, Luca en Lindokuhle found Hubspace enthusiastic and the Khayelitsha Screening became history. Read their story about this special event here. On the last day of “Project Cape Town”, Loza, one

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