New Internationalist Magazine - GIFT SUBSCRIPTION
An ideal gift for anyone who is curious about the world we live in. New Internationalist brings informed insight to today's most challenging political, social and environmental issues.
One year print magazine subscription. 6 issues per year.
Please note: when buying gift subscriptions specifically for Christmas, if purchased after 12 December 2023 it will begin with the March/April 2024 issue and posted to the recipient on or around 15th February 2024.
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Recently New Internationalist magazine embarked on a bold makeover. We have created a bigger, better bi-monthly magazine that provides a more reflective, thoughtful and satisfying reader experience. Since 1973, our mission has been to go beyond most media by not just presenting what's wrong with the world, but by uncovering unheard stories and advocating solutions. This remains at the core of what we are about. With the help of top-notch designers, we're presenting more photography, with loads more features and articles than ever before.
What they say about the NI "If you would like to know something about what’s actually going on, rather than what people would like you to think was going on – then read the New Internationalist” - Emma Thompson, actress.
"For many years I have read the NI with great respect. Many an article I have written, and film I have made, have had their roots in something I read in the NI." - John Pilger, journalist.
"It explains and clarifies all the confusions and contradictions we encounter daily in the media's international news coverage" - Julie Christie - actress.
"New Internationalist is a magazine well worth reading as it respects the intelligence of its readers. It is independent, lively and properly provocative, helping to keep its readers abreast of important developments in parts of our globe that risk marginalisation. Read it!." - Desmond M Tutu, activist and former Archbishop of Cape Town.
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