New Internationalist

Get it right!

Issue 352
Jean Leo Dugast / Panos /
Jean Leo Dugast / Panos /

This month’s NI is devoted to people and organizations who are no longer prepared to sit on the sidelines of life. The stories in these pages are about those who get up, go out and grab hold of the problems that confront them and their communities – and then work with others to create peaceful and enduring solutions. From Latin America, through Asia, into Africa, this issue shows how people are finding better ways to govern, work and live; new ways to think and act that can turn political dreams into realities.

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New Internationalist Magazine issue 352
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