“Our collective continued fixation on low overhead and aid worker personal life sacrifice forces us and our donors feel as if we must choose between white interns or brown babies. And only a really horrible person would ever choose the white interns.”
J. kicking some ass. Read this if you donate to charities.
- Jennifer Ambrose on the paradoxical problem of unpaid volunteering as the right of passage in development.
- Guest writer Chloe Safier on working in aid without volunteering.
- Ben Butcher and Libby Wright weighing in on the question of executive pay in development organisations.
- John Favini and Tobi Buender reflecting on the ethical concerns of living and working as expats and ‘doing good’.