Iraq: Articles, Programs, Blogs, Travel Resources

Celebrating holidays internationally is always a blast—and Persian New Year is no exception. 
Taylor learns that gender equality is subjective to where you are in the world, not who you are. 
Taylor learns why you should never take your passport for granted.
Settling in abroad may not be mutually exclusive with routine. Taylor explains why.
How training for a half marathon—by not training—teaches Taylor about adjusting to a new culture.   
Volunteering with a project that turns refugee girls' drawings into murals.
There's no greater barrier to travel than self-doubt. How to deal with uncertainty—even if you're headed to Iraq.
Why young people need to experience the world firsthand.
War reporting for the plugged-in generation.  It’s fast, mobile and to the point. It’s also deadly serious.
Robert Young Pelton has found his way into, and out of, more conflict zones than most can name. 
Young Canadian volunteers with Médicins Sans Frontières talk about braving some of the world's worst conflict zones to deliver help where it's desperately needed.
Toilet rolls, poisoned darts and Dead Sea muck: Humanitarian NGO volunteer, Verge correspondent and veteran traveller Mike Fuchigami on his version of international trade.
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