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The report points to the opportunities that exist for the UK and developing countries from improving the scale and quality of volunteering programmes.
It argues for three key actions to accelerate growth in the movement of mutually beneficial, effective global partnerships.
Despite limited academic literature on the effects of overseas volunteering on the developed country partner, submissions to the review were clear in highlighting the value that UK institutions attach to their overseas programmes.
This report makes three main recommendations to accelerate the movement of high-impact, mutually-beneficial volunteering.
Find out more
Read the report in full on the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Global Health website.