Travel Ethically: Not an Average Guide

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What’s it all about?

Nothing beats the feeling of exploring a new city. The people, sights, smells and sounds are intoxicating. So much so that we sometimes get ahead of ourselves and commit a cultural faux pas. Don’t worry, we’ve all been there.

You can’t learn everything in a guidebook, which is why this class will teach you how to travel ethically and immerse yourself in different cultures respectively.

Thinking of travelling? Want to reduce your ecological footprint? Want to have meaningful cultural exchanges with locals? Don’t want to be one of ‘those’ travellers? If you find yourself nodding yes, then this class is for you.

What will we cover?

In this class you’ll learn and discuss:

  • Navigating cultural norms,
  • How to minimise your impact on the environment,
  • Ethics surrounding photographing locals,
  • How to barter in a respectful way,
  • Should you give money to beggars?

Who will be teaching?

Rachel_Kurzyp_profile_picture_jpeg_800Writer and communications consultant Rachel Kurzyp helps make people and businesses fabulous on the internet. Over the last nine years she’s worked with small businesses, brands and NGOS across six continents, and has been a volunteer in Bangladesh, Kenya and Australia. Rachel is also a board member at WhyDev, a Newsmodo featured journalist, co-founder of Nia Children’s Foundation, a business coach, and trainer.