Your journey has only just begun

Volunteering

Meg Kneafsey is a returned International Citizen Service (ICS) volunteer with Raleigh International, a trustee for the charity, and a campaigner. She now writes about how you can continue your ICS journey after placement…

Breaking The Cycle

Volunteering

In India, menstrual health is often a neglected or difficult topic. Georgie James is currently volunteering with Restless Development in India with International Citizen Service, and through her team’s shared blog, The Wandering Volunteer, she talks about their work on menstrual health management.

The lived experience of climate change obligated us to be Active Citizens

Volunteering

Louise Eldridge and Joselyne Kirungi, Restless Development Team Leaders with International Citizen Service (ICS) in Uganda, write about how they used World Environment Day to highlight the vital issue of climate change in their local community…

I probably watch too much Netflix, but I’m learning more with ICS than I would in a lecture

Volunteering

Maddie Beautyman is a volunteer with Restless Development who will be travelling to Tanzania this summer to take part in our International Citizen Service (ICS) programme. In this post, she reflects on how much she is learning outside of her lecture hall and how international volunteering can be for anyone.

I ran for Restless and had so much fun

Volunteering

Emily is a final-year BA Geography student and currently the SIDshare Marketing Officer, a parter of Restless Development. She recently signed up to ‘Run for Restless’, a series of sponsored challenge events running across the UK ranging from 5km obstacle runs to full marathons, and writes about her experiences here. If you’re feeling inspired after this, why not sign up to Run For Restless yourself!