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Issue 403 of New Internationalist

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August 2007

Another view: photography from the Global South


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A true Pathshala

The story of an extraordinary school, told by *Sameera Huque* and *Shahidul Alam*.

The long wait for peace

After 20 years of war, Northern Uganda could be on the verge of a deal to end the violence. But will it enable the region’s...

Belongings: felt, presented, challenged

Images from Bangladesh, Iran, South Africa and Sri Lanka.

Action on Majority World photography

Contacts and websites for agencies that hold or promote Majority World photography.

Lifestyles: disappearing and aspired

Images from Bangladesh and Japan.

The Majority World looks back

*Shahidul Alam* makes the case for fair trade in imagery.

Ropes in the water

In her last Letter from Mauritius, *Lindsey Collen* finds trouble beneath the surface of a picture-perfect scene.

Coping with pain

Images from India and Bangladesh.

Lifecycle: with a few exits

Images from Nepal and Bangladesh.

Kingsley Maigwa

Uses oil or acrylic paint on canvas but likes to experiment using fabric and other materials to add a third dimension to the...

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