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Anyone can learn to dance flamenco. It just depends on how easily you can put aside your pride.
Through video, Quebec filmmakers help young aboriginal Bolivians fight for social change.
Vancouver’s Sol Guy is mixing music, celebrity and social activism to spark real change in the entertainment and non-profit worlds.
Canadian volunteers bring solar-powered study lamps to their fellow students deep in the jungles of Costa Rica.
An international education is fundamental to promoting a world that actually gets along.
Have you ever wondered what a hero looks like? Verge is proud to introduce our 2009 Global Heroes: 14 men and women who are doing their part to make a difference in the developing world.
Why young people need to experience the world firsthand.
Verge asked six seasoned explorers, "What do you NEVER leave behind?" Here's what the experts had to say.
An award-winning documentary draws attention to a Canadian company's role in Ecuador's oil mess.
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