Now available in a digital edition for web browsers, New Internationalist magazine is a crucial part of any library’s current affairs collection. It covers key issues in global politics, environmental issues, health, human rights and development.
Published ten times a year, New Internationalist sets out to explain and inform, giving readers the essentials of a subject in a concise, easy-to-read format with high quality images and infographics to help make sense of complex topics.
The magazine contains keynote and feature articles from our award-winning team of editors, journalists and research experts, and is complemented by blog posts from respected majority world bloggers published daily on the newint.org website. Each issue has a single central theme, such as climate change, population, democracy or the arms trade.
Institutions with a current site license are also given free full text access to previous issues of the magazine back to 2006 for the duration of their subscription. The archive is fully searchable, and provides a valuable body of authoritative research material.
Access is available via IP recognition or via username and password login for users at a subscribing institution, and the digital edition can be integrated into existing library catalogues. and sign in to place your order.
To get access to the digital edition of New Internationalist magazine and its archive on behalf of your institution, organisation or company, you need to apply for an institutional site license.
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