Latest Issue: Volume 18, Issue 2

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Working in Laos: How to Adapt to an Unfamiliar Work Culture
Slow down and don't miss lunch. How hard can it be?


Livin' The Dream: The Realities of #VanLife
Stranded in a Walmart parking lot and other remarkable Instagram moments.


Everyone Owns the Alpacas
For two volunteers in Ecuador, community living takes on a whole new meaning.


Coping with Loneliness Abroad
Thriving in a new country means getting past the sense of isolation and embracing the excitement of a new challenge.



From the Field Blog: Editors’ Choice
A round-up of Verge editorial staff’s favourite blog posts over the past few months.


A Leg Up for Kilimanjaro's Porters
Operating on a shoestring budget, this non-profit is working to improve conditions for porters in Tanzania.


Working with Kids in Post-conflict Settings
Uncertainty, ruptured routines and boredom can have serious consequences for children in refugee camps.


Accidental Teacher
There's a lot more to cultural immersion than shopping at the local market.


Move Over Saint Christopher
Stuck in a security line? Late for your next train? Saint Expedite could be your go-to guy.


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