New Internationalist is an independent publisher of books, diaries and calendars. We cover global current affairs and popular reference complemented by world food and fiction, graphic non-fiction and children’s. All our titles are published in print and digital formats and are available from independent stores, book chains and online retail platforms worldwide.
Bringing together established academics and award-winning comic book writers and illustrators, Portraits of Violence illustrates the most compelling ideas and episodes in the critique of violence.
Minimal text and stunning photographs from around the world describe the remarkable, and often dangerous, journeys children make every day on their way to and from school.
The follow-up to GRAIN’s The Great Food Robbery this title moves on to connect analysis of the food system to larger issues affecting the planet, and link peoples’ struggles over food to climate change.
This is the second edition of Blacklisted with the full story to date including the historic High Court victory and new revelations. Now with photographs.
Capitalism likes us to believe in the steady, inevitable march of progress, from the abacus to the iPad. But the historical record tells of innumerable roads not taken, all of which could have led to better worlds, and still can.
A letter of sisterhood to Malala Yousafzai expressing the belief that every girl has the right to go to school.
The Caine Prize for African Writing is Africa’s leading literary prize, and is awarded to a short story by an African writer published in English, whether in Africa or elsewhere.
One World Two is even more ambitious than Volume One in its geographic scope, featuring 21 writers drawn from every continent.
Short Story Day Africa presents its annual anthology. The stories explore true and alternative African culture through a competition on the theme of Water.
This book challenges common assumptions and the commodification of education. Within a global context it presents a progressive, egalitarian alternative.
A wild and humourous adventure evoking a sense of wonder and fascination with the natural world, woven with subtle messages of sustainability and self worth.
Slow Fashion: Aesthetics Meets Ethics is a 360-degree view of a fashion world that is changing, from the cotton fields to the cities. It features contributors from campaigners, innovators, fashion influencers and eco concept stores worldwide. Author Safia Minney, MBE, founder of Fair Trade label People Tree and ethical business advocate, invites you on a journey through the flourishing slow fashion movement.
An exploration of the interconnectedness of human life, an unexpected love story, Integrity delves deep into the choices and emotions of a woman trying to change the world, and a man trying to change with her.
A clear and accessible explanation of the rise of Islamic State and recent events in the new global war on terror.
From the author of the bestselling State of the World Atlas, here is an essential tool for understanding the Middle East and its pivotal role in global politics.
A scathing critique of Austerity, the transfer of wealth from the poor to the rich, and the long-term project to deliver our hospitals and schools into the hands of corporate power.
An illustrated critique of the negative impacts of religion centred on an appeal for the teaching of creationism to be dropped from education.
Our relationship with food is explored and reflected in all its delectable diversity in this collection of sixteen authors’ stories.
An investigation of the alternatives to capitalism, including socialism, anarchism and deep ecology.
We should forget about growth and concentrate instead on the creation of jobs and reducing fossil fuel use – and it isn’t impossible to achieve these two apparently conflicting aims.
The Global Bakery gathers together over 60 recipes of cakes from all around the world in one volume.
The author has been visiting the same village in Mauritania on the remote edge of the Sahara for over twenty years. This is the story of his most recent journey there – an intense and engaging day-by-day account through which global change and inequality are made human.
Join the crew of the Rainbow Warrior for a unique insight into the personal stories behind Greenpeace actions and campaigns.
A development education resource designed and written by an international group of authors and educationalists.
This guide is aimed at anyone who wants to do something meaningful with their working life.
Water is our most vital resource. The growing demands made by an increasing number of people adopting urban lifestyles and Western diets, coupled with a changing and less predictable climate, are putting pressure on the planet’s freshwater supply as never before.
We urgently need to legalize and regulate drugs – this book explains why, and how to do it.
Greater economic equality is beneficial to all people in all societies, both for the rich and the poor – and the rest.
An international perspective on the resurgence in feminist movements: the advances and the setbacks, the challenges and the contradictions.
Includes free case studies, cousework support and links for students and teachers of World Development.
A new resource for teachers of English as a foreign language and their students, with New Internationalist articles made easier.
30 countries; 30 sumptuous menus offering everything you need to give your friends and family a taste of how other vegetarians eat.
Earth friendly global recipes. Introducing a international mezze of delicious, low-impact dishes to inspire vegetarian cooking, whether it’s one day a week or forever. New cookbook from Troth Wells.
Over 100 easy-to-follow vegetarian recipes from all parts of the globe with suggestions for substitute ingredients, useful facts and tips on sourcing fair trade and local ingredients.
Global Bakery & The Great Global Bake Off: Free recipes. Home baking goes global with over sixty recipes to expand your cake-baking horizons.
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Read blogs by Dan Smith, author of the forthcoming State of the World Atlas, available January 2013.