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Interactive timeline: 40 years of New Internationalist

To celebrate New Internationalist’s 40th anniversary we have put together a timeline of some of our best moments. It features seminal articles and issues, game changing campaigns and memorable stories. From the baby milk scandal and tax justice, to climate change and the thorny issue of ‘development’, New Internationalist has documented the milestones in many movements for progress.

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  1. #1 ciderpunx 10 Apr 13

    Thanks for all your hard work putting this together Amy. Its really interesting to see how much has changed (and how much hasn't) in 40 years.

    Reblogged it:

  2. #2 ashleigh sanford 10 Apr 13

    You guys are an inspiration! Wonderful to see an organization stay true to its roots through the years like this!! Happy Birthday!

  3. #3 Damien Flinter 06 May 13

    You might revisit the demonisation as terrorists, and systematic criminalisation, of any who stood against the fascistic Northern Irish statelet to break the sectarian/apartheid rule over the last half century; and the precedents set for the current globalisation of the methodology, in the galloping 'war on terror', on all and any who are 'not with us' in the totalitarian dictatorship of the militarised resource warrior corporatariat.
    Just a thought, since you asked.

  4. #4 Rose Taylor 24 May 16

    I will be visiting two projects aimed at helping people affected by leprosy, disabilities and other neglected tropical diseases in Cabo Delgado, Mozambique, at the end of July. Projects include training farmers groups in sustainable methods to grow cash crops (in addition to food for their families) in partnership with American NGO Food for the Hungry, setting up self-help groups where they look after each other's symptoms and side effects, and an education project for children which focuses on educating the parents of young women to let their daughters continue their studies rather than marry too young to escape poverty. rather than get married early.

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Amy Hall is a journalist from Cornwall, now based in Brighton, England. Her particular interests include activism, community, social justice and the environment as well as arts and culture. She previously produced and presented the New Internationalist podcast and has written for publications including The Guardian, The Ecologist and Red Pepper. She currently works at the Institute of Development Studies.

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