Our small core team here at Adventure Uncovered recently reflected on how our own New Year's Resolutions align with our core values and will help navigate and hold us accountable through the year ahead.
Volunteer aid worker Hannah Parry has worked closely with refugees making the perilous journey to Europe. In this piece she sheds light on some of their stories, and asks why their journeys are perceived so differently compared with people we typically consider adventurers.
Andy Day is a British photographer, parkour practitioner and climber. Most of his photographic work depicts parkour, but is infused by a wider interest in the sociology of urban space.
Adventure, climate breakdown and dwindling wilderness: an interview with Booker Prize longlist author Diane Cook
Diane Cook's work explores the relationship between the civilised and the wild Her novel The New Wilderness follows a community of people living in society’s last remaining wilderness.