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International service is an extremely complex field, rich with value if done right, fraught with issues if done wrong.

With Malia's recent decision to take a gap year still ringing in the news, Eric Hartman's latest piece from the Stanford Social Innovation Review takes a good hard look at the $2 billion sector of voluntourism, illuminating why at Winterline we prefer to focus on the development of skills for the 21st century

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"To really address the pernicious patterns in international volunteering today," Eric writes, "the education sector must embrace and foster a deeper understanding of global citizenship and the structures of development."

Read more here.