Our events section is the essential guide to all our events, past and future. We organize debates, conferences and more. Hope to see you at one of our events soon!
Acclaimed cartoonist Polyp, author and illustrator of the fantastic graphic novel ‘The Co-operative Revolution’, will be speaking at several events about his work and how it tells the fascinating story of the origins of the co-operative movement.
Think protest never achieved anything? Fight the Power sets the record straight with a unique visual history of protest among English-speaking people. Various artists and writers who contributed will be presenting the book across the country, from Falmouth to Kendal
New Internationalist Magazine turns 40 this year, so we are celebrating by putting global solidarity and development up for debate. Our panel of speakers will be co-chaired by journalist Hannah Pool and there will be coffee, cake, and wine for all.
There are lots of ways you can catch up with this event:
Watch clips from the event on YouTube
Read more about our panellists here
See our Internationalism blog series for more information
Continue the discussion on Twitter with #newint40
We recorded this event so you can listen again here:
Special booklaunch dinner at top London veggie restaurant, Tibits, on 4 October at 6.30pm. Meet Jane Hughes, the author of our The Adventurous Vegetarian, and enjoy a delicious vegetarian meal. Guests pay for own food and drinks but signed copies are available for only £10! We’ll have a stall at Vegfest over the weekend, Europe’s largest veggie event, where we’ll be selling cookbooks at special prices and Jane Hughes will give a cooking demo on Saturday afternoon. To attend the book launch dinner, email email@example.com
New Internationalist, Ethical Consumer and Red Pepper are hosting a conference responding to the question: ‘Is there a co-operative alternative to capitalism?’ Guest speakers include Ed Mayo, Paul Monaghan and Hilary Wainwright. It will end with drinks and a launch for our new book People over Capital. Tickets £18.
PHOTO ESSAY: For Eritrean migrants, there is more dignity in death
The recent Saudi clampdown on migrant workers has brought campaigners onto the streets. Chris Matthews was with some of them in London.
Jamie Kelsey-Fry reflects on the movement that has united people around the world.
Mari Marcel Thekaekara argues that we can all improve our wellbeing through traditional medicine and by slowing down.
Ken Loach: why I support a cultural boycott of Israel