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Issue 377 of New Internationalist

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April 2005

Street Children


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Dolgion: 'Life is given only once'

Survival strategies from a sewage pit in icy Mongolia. Interview by Lutaa Badamkhand.

Jessa:'All that has happened, has happened already'

It's a common sight in Manila to see single male foreigners with young girls on their arms.

From Croydon to Cuba... An Anthology

From Croydon to Cuba - An Anthology by Kirsty MacColl

The Edukators

The Edukators by *Hans Weingartner*.

Rukshana: 'It's easy to fall in love, but very difficult to endure it'

Why boys are a pain for a Mumbai girl on the move. Interview in India by Dionne Bunsha.


Burma’s people have a rich variety of traditional costumes, corresponding to their dozens of ethnic groups, but their
United Nations of America?

United Nations of America?

NI editorial comment - United Nations of America?

Nicole:‘I’m out here for a reason; I’m not regretting it any more’

From panhandling to picking up on a lost education in Toronto, Canada. Interview by Noreen Shanahan.
Romero remembered

Romero remembered

In memoriam Archbishop Romero, murdered in El Salvador 25 years ago.

Fair trade for sale

Floating on the stock exchange; giving seals of approval to big corporations: what on earth is going on in the fair trade...




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