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So, what’s the deal with volunteering in Argentina?

Let’s start with the bad news: reports on poverty and economic inequality in Argentina are stark. According to data from the INDEC national statistics bureau, as of the end of 2018, …

It’s almost that time of year in Buenos Aires: the temperature’s heating up (plus a few intense lightning storms), fake trees are appearing in the shop windows, the pan dulce is flowing, and you’ve suddenly realized you have yet to

It has become what feels like an all too common occurrence: another day, another headline concerning a scandal, a shooting, an innocent victim. With the stream of negative news that continues to flood our feeds, it isn’t surprising that politics …

Send A Child to School (SACS) is a non-profit organization that provides high-quality backpacks with school supplies to children in need. The organization is set to host its first fundraising event The Festival of Lights (also known as

The first word that comes to mind when you think of Argentina may be “steak,” perhaps choripán, or even “meat” in general. It’s no secret that leading an environmentally-conscious lifestyle and munching on meat (specifically beef) do not go hand-in-hand …

A Court of Appeals says an article of a law regulating the public officials’ tax returns system, which established the secrecy of the assets belonging to their spouses and children, is unconstitutional.

The ruling upholds an injunction presented by the …

While Argentina may be the country with the most pets per capita, it does not, however, fare well when it comes to protecting these animals. According to the province’s Veterinary College, there are around six million domesticated animals in

Right now, fashion is one of the world’s bad boys. Wasting water, burning clothing to protect the exclusivity of the brand, and paying workers minimal wages are some of the charges of which most of our favorite brands …

In an already unequal society, women tend to always be the worst off. In situations of poverty, they face a double burden of poverty and marginalization, often having to juggle earning a living as well as domestic work. For …

In November 2016, amid tense showdowns between animal rights activists and galgueros (dog racers), the Argentine Congress voted unilaterally to outlaw dog races. While it had been illegal in many provinces previously, the lack of a total ban meant …