Entries in community (11)

Thursday
Oct192017

The Best Places For Tea Around the  Globe

So much more than a refreshing beverage, tea has served as both a means to de-stress and a conversation accompanist for centuries. It is consumed by millions around the world every day, and reminds us that although it may seem like we are vast and secluded, we are in fact much closer and much more similar than it may seem.

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Monday
Jul172017

How To Become A Global  Citizen

Today, at least 46% of the global population use the internet and this figure is constantly on the rise. The modern age is coming to be one of a far smaller world than ever before, making it easier than ever to commit yourself as a global citizen.

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Wednesday
Jul122017

QUIZ: Which Frontier Project Should you Do In  Autumn?

Summer is here but, as we all know, it's fleeting; autumn will be upon us soon. For some this is their favourite season, for others it's just the soggy precursor to further plummeting temperatures. Take our quiz to find out where you should volunteer this autumn:

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Thursday
Mar312016

The World's 5 Oldest Languages

Our communication skills are a hallmark of our species. Without them, we wouldn’t be anywhere near where we are now. It influences everything from international relations to finding out what’s for dinner and we've been doing it for literally thousands of years.

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Wednesday
Mar232016

QUIZ: What Type Of Volunteer Travel Should You Do?

There are so many different experiences to have while traveling and volunteering abroad! If you can't choose between working wildlife and marine creatures or maybe teach children English versus going on a trail, this quiz will help you make a decision so you can get on the road to your perfect traveling experience!

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Thursday
Sep042014

Which species do we save?

According to the IUCN Red List, there are currently more than 22,000 species categorised as vulnerable, endangered or critically endangered. In an ideal world we would be able to save all of these species but in reality this just isn’t possible.

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Friday
Jun202014

In defence of lions: Kenya’s warriors protecting humans and lions alike

When man and beast enter into competition, humans ultimately have the upper hand. Unfortunately, this competition (in combination with the short-sightedness of those involved) has repeatedly led to the extinction of remarkable species such as the dodo (overhunted), the Western Black Rhinoceros (poached) and the Moa (also overhunted).

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Tuesday
Mar252014

Street Sweepers Strike in Brazil

Rio de Janeiro has recently made exciting headlines around the world, not for its beautiful beaches and carnival festivities, but because of a victorious strike carried out by the cities Garis – or street cleaners.

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Wednesday
Mar192014

Frontier Launches New Madagascar Community Projects

Frontier recently announced four new Madagascar Community projects to be based in and around the city of Hell-Ville.

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Friday
Jun142013

How to pick your perfect project

With so many fantastic global locations and projects to choose from, it can be hard to narrow down the shortlist and actually make a decision. Here at Frontier HQ, we have developed a systematic way that you can choose the project and location that will be perfect for you.

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Monday
Apr082013

Volunteer photo of the week: Hatty Davis, Tanzania Teaching and Beaches 

Hatty Davis volunteered with Frontier on the Tanzania Teaching and Beaches project. This atmospheric shot captures life as an off-duty volunteer as dusk falls over Mafia Island.

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