Congratulations to all of our Geography Ambassadors who have graduated this summer and thank you for all the hours spent volunteering with the programme.
Our Ambassadors work hard to deliver a variety of effective geography sessions to a range of schools throughout the country, dedicating their own time to promote the study of geography and where it can lead.
One of our most active Ambassadors this year was Emily Chandler, who delivered 28 hours’ worth of sessions. Although she has graduated this summer, she is continuing to volunteer her time by assisting Year 12 students on our annual residential A Level trip this week. Watch the video above to hear what she has to say about the benefits of being a Geography Ambassador and the opportunities it has given her.
Our ten most active Ambassadors graduating in 2018 are:
We wish all of our graduating Ambassadors the very best for the future. We are always interested to hear from past Ambassadors and how they are getting on, so do keep in touch!
Interested in becoming an Ambassador? Find out more about our scheme.
Migrants on the margins is the Society's collaborative field research project, focusing on the vulnerability and opportunities of migrants in some of the world’s most pressured cities. Members of the research team outline some of their findings so far.
1 October 2018
Using expert photographic reportage, over the last decade Nick has followed the lives of the same individuals and families in eight countries, across four continents, to show how they have been affected by the Millennium Development Goals.
2 November 2015
Our response expresses concern that there is insufficient evidence that promoting Gold OA will meet sustainability, access and excellence criteria.
Our response highlights geographies of alcohol consumption, drawing on an RGS-IBG policy conference and brief in 2010.
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