Written by Kellianne Doyle on 2017-09-06. Posted in Tips
While you are volunteering abroad in Buenos Aires, the Subte will be your savior.
Written by Evelyn Gaucin on 2017-09-05. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
It has been a year since I got back to Austin from spending about half of my year in Argentina. To say that my experience at Voluntario Global was amazing is not doing it justice.
Written by Kellianne Doyle on 2017-09-04. Posted in Tips
There are many neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, and while I have not visited all of them during my time here, I wanted to give some information on the ones I have spent time in based on what I have experienced:
Written by Coral Garcia Dorado on 2017-09-03. Posted in Writing & Communications
After a month without news of Santiago Maldonado, the Argentine people left last Friday to the streets of the city of Buenos Aires to go to a multitudinous protest in front of the Casa Rosada, headquarters of the Argentine government.
Written by Kellianne Doyle on 2017-09-01. Posted in Tips
When you come to Buenos Aires, something you should definitely know is the rule of Sundays.
Written by Kellianne Doyle on 2017-08-31. Posted in Tips
I know getting sick abroad can be annoying and scary, but if you get ill while volunteering in Buenos Aires I promise there is nothing to be afraid of because if you end up needing a doctor, they are great.
Written by Riccardo Antonucci on 2017-08-29. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
It is a great opportunity to experience social phenomena from the perspective the radios offer me.
Written by Coral Garcia on 2017-08-25. Posted in Travel Argentina
A man who tries to overcome obstacles that are imposed on the road. A huge swimming pool descends from the roof. Impossible choreographies, dream figures and a lot of good vibes.
Voluntario Global helps local communities by being available to discuss anything that local organizations need, and offering ideas for further change and development.
Location: General Pacheco. Buenos Aires. Argentina