Written by James O'Hara on 2019-08-11. Posted in Reviews from Past Volunteers
Charlotte, from the United Kingdom, volunteered in the Early Childhood Development Center in Buenos Aires.
Written by Theodore Conru on 2019-08-08. Posted in Voluntario Global Info
En période de récession, lorsque l'économie ne crée pas suffisamment d'emplois pour soutenir l'ensemble de la population, l'économie sociale joue souvent un rôle important en garantissant que les travailleurs peuvent toujours trouver des emplois raisonnables.
Written by James O'Hara on 2019-08-24. Posted in Voluntario Global Info
We asked our volunteers the following question: Do the values of the community that you have surrounded yourself with, broaden your perspective of your own problems?
Written by Valeria Gracia on 2019-09-13. Posted in Community Development
From Pacheco Community, as well as from many social organizations, we believe that some terms and concepts must be questioned and resignified: economic growth, progress, development, just to mention a few.
Written by James O'Hara on 2019-08-23. Posted in Voluntario Global Info
We asked our volunteers the following question: If you were the founder of an NGO, what would be the main value that you would encourage your volunteers to follow?
Written by Melissa Castaño on 2019-09-04. Posted in Voluntario Global Info
La Boca is often known for its famous Caminito street and for having one of the most popular stadiums in the world, La Bombonera, but what many people don’t know is how this neighborhood originated and what goes beyond the couple of blocks filled with tourists and colorful houses.
Written by Melissa Castaño on 2019-09-09. Posted in Voluntario Global Info
This historical neighborhood, aside from distinguishing itself as one of the funding areas of Buenos Aires, holds in its history political activism, resistance and working class heroism. The alternative tour that Argentinian guide Nicolás Cancino does, offers a different view of the typical cheerful and tango esque side of la Boca.
Written by James O'Hara on 2019-08-03. Posted in Community Development
In this interview, Volunteer Ambassador Neil West tells us about his experience in Buenos Aires volunteering, for a second time, with Voluntario Global.
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