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.
Written by Brad Evans and Sean Michael Wilson. Illustrated by Inko, Carl Thompson, Robert Brown, Chris Mackenzie, Michiru Morikawa and Yen Quach. Foreword by Henry A Giroux.
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.
GRAIN, Edited by Henk Hobbelink
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 development education resource designed and written by an international group of authors and educationalists.
Edited by Ciara Regan, Colm Regan and Tony Daly
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.
Schlunke & Polyp
An illustrated critique of the negative impacts of religion centred on an appeal for the teaching of creationism to be dropped from education.
Sean Michael Wilson & Hunt Emerson
An educational story to help children of 5 and up to understand where their food comes from.
Written and Illustrated by Ruth Walton
A new resource for teachers of English as a foreign language and their students, with New Internationalist articles made easier.
Linda Ruas and John Shepheard
The ultimate introduction for school students of World Development, Geography and General Studies - includes free online materials
An essential and unique resource to make citizenship studies vibrant, engaging and student-led and enjoyable.
Jamie Kelsey-Fry & Anita Dhillon
Includes free case studies, cousework support and links for students and teachers of World Development.
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