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For decades New Internationalist has been a force for media democratization. But we need your help to continue in this new digital age. Chris Spannos explains.
Digital technology has the potential to become a central force for a ‘new internationalism’, but this possibility remains uncertain because it is currently a force for new media monopolies and concentrations of power. This is why we need your help raising £30,000 ($42,000) by the end of April. We believe that the new digital technology should advance participation in media and amplify grassroots voices globally.
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Our May magazine will take a special look at 'appropriate technology', that is people centred, and aspires to global justice and human rights. Our July/August magazine will examine the new digital titans, such as Amazon, Google, Facebook and others. In October we will publish a book, The Bleeding Edge: Why technology turns toxic in an unequal world. But to do all this requires your support. We do not take corporate advertising or government funding.
So far we have raised £11,261. By donating now, you can help push us up to the half-way mark (£15,000). In addition to supporting our work above, you can also support our web publishing:
- donate £25 to help pay a Majority World writer for a blog;
- donate £50 to help pay for a feature web article.
Donations of any amount – monthly or one time only – are greatly appreciated.
By donating you can help advance New Internationalist as a portal for participation and media democratization. Please donate now.
On behalf of the team here at New Internationalist,
Chris Spannos, Digital Editor
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