Written by Jesica Franco on 2018-05-25. Posted in Travel Argentina
May 25 is the day argentinas celebrate the Día de la Revolución de Mayo, or "May Revolution Day." Buenos Aires' famous Plaza de Mayo, today known for protests by family…
Written by Tess McArthur Dowty on 2018-05-07. Posted in Travel Argentina
After about six weeks in Buenos Aires, I decided to take a break from the big city and head down south to Patagonia before it gets too cold...
Written by Celine Mestivier on 2018-04-13. Posted in Travel Argentina
Ce samedi 24 mars aura lieu la grande manifestation annuelle sur la célèbre place de mai de Buenos Aires en mémoire des nombreuses victimes disparues lors de la dictature militaire…
Written by Hannah Schiemann on 2018-04-06. Posted in Travel Argentina
In the past 3 weeks I have met so many amazing people, the ones I live with, the ones I work with... each of them has helped me to feel…
Written by Jesica Franco on 2018-04-02. Posted in Travel Argentina
On April 2, 1982, Argentine troops landed on the Islas Malvinas (Falkland Islands) in order to recover the sovereignty that in 1833 had been snatched by the British armed forces.
Written by Jesica Franco on 2018-03-25. Posted in Travel Argentina
On 24th March 1976, the armed forces took on power in Argentina, supported by large economic groups and a few sectors of civil society.
Written by Jesica Franco on 2018-01-27. Posted in Travel Argentina
Whether you are taking a trip to see family and friends for the holidays, or want to explore new countries across the world, traveling can be an enriching and memorable…
Written by Kristine Vaivode on 2018-01-19. Posted in Travel Argentina
By Kristine Vaivode & Jackson Vaughan In addition to wanting to help the projects in the organization, many Voluntario Global volunteers seek to know “the real Argentina”
Written by Kristine Vaivode on 2018-01-02. Posted in Travel Argentina
Argentina has become the fifth country I’ve ever spent Christmas in. The second country I’ve spent it away from my immediate family.
Written by Bridget Gleeson on 2017-10-02. Posted in Travel Argentina
Influenced by foreign language and cheeky wordplay, Buenos Aires’ lunfardo slang is representative of the city’s diverse population and playful demeanour.
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