NI449 New Internationalist Jan/Feb 2012 Issue

NI449 New Internationalist Jan/Feb 2012 Issue

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Haiti two years on: where did all the money go?
Inside this issue:
What has happened in Haiti since the departure of the massed ranks of the global that reported on the earth-quake? The tent cities are still in place and the people in them feel forgotten by the outside world. To mark the second anniversary of the devastating earthquake, New Internationalist has joined forces with Cartoon Network and a leading Haitian journalist and artist to present insight into life in Port-au-Prince now - in the form of a graphic novella. Plus features from Phillip Wearne, Senior Consultant to the Haiti Support Group and Uruguayan journalist Eduardo Galeano.

Plus Inside:
Hope for a Burmese spring A second chance for Colombia's child soldiers Horror flick: Mrs T at the movies Israel evicts Bedouin villages How mercenaries moved into aid Juliet Stevenson 'I wish I'd been a human rights lawyer'


New Internationalist tackles today’s most challenging global issues, confronts inequality and injustice and reports on positive changes happening around the world. An established leader of independent media since 1973, New Internationalist is written for our readers and funded by them. We have no media baron breathing down our necks or corporate advertisers telling us what to do.
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Code NI449
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Values and causes Educational, Recycled

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