OUR WORLD

ISSUE TWO --- 1970
AFS INTERNATIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS

The Cover

Spread flat, the globe is instantly visible as an integral whole. The radiating circles add another dimension and hint of a larger unity . . . a goal of AFS. This issue of OUR WORLD unearths the workings of AFS in one sector of the terrestrial map, offering a "global glimpse" for all.


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OUR WORLD Magazine

VOL. 22

ISSUE NO. 2, 1970

EDWARD A. WEEKS
Chairman, Trustee Members

WARD B. CHAMBERLIN, JR.
Chairman, Board of Directors

ARTHUR HOWE, JR.
President

OUR WORLD is a publication of the American Field Service, a nonprofit organization with no religious or political affiliations. Through its programs, AFS seeks to foster understanding of the differences and similarities which exist among peoples of the world.

OUR WORLD is published three times a year and distributed by the American Field Service, Inc., 313 East 43rd Street, New York, N.Y. 10017.

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Editor-Director, Information Services
ALICE TOWSLEY

Editorial Assistant
SALLY CLARK

Contributing Editor
JANE ROSENTHAL

Designer
DAVID DEWHURST

Contents

 Threads of Thought on---Global Issues Alice Towsley

 Passport to Brazil and Costa Rica
      Glimpses of two lively countries

 Brief Encounters Douglas Stevenson
      Short-Term Exchange showcase

 On the Conference Circuit
      End-of-stay focus

 Convention '71 Val Sandberg
      Planning gears in motion

 AFS Staff Highlights

 Juxtaposed William H. Steiner---Arthur Howe, Jr.
      More countries for AFS?

DEPARTMENTS

 The Reader's Turn
 Editor's Gleanings
 AFS Scene Around the World
 AFS Family News


The Reader's Turn