This diary/planner combines a practical weekly diary with images of action and activism - an exciting collection of photos and illustrations to reflect the cultural richness of our world.
Drawing on New Internationalist's experience of creating high quality illustrated diaries and calendars using recycled materials - this weekly diary is for those who swim against the tide. It's highly practical, and filled with illustrations, street art, paintings, poems, doodles and more, all submitted by young artists from around the world, giving an insight into the worlds they live in, come from, visit and create.
It's also a diary with no other competitor, as it breaks the usual mould of using a fixed structure and design every year. Presenting quirky and creative ways to represent injustices, humor, politics, love and life in the world today, it will appeal to students and young people interested in counter-culture, dissent and protest.
Each year a new designer is given freedom to create a unique look for this great diary. This year the designer/editor is Jason Koen, from Adelaide, South Australia, currently travelling and working in Canada,
Also includes listings of international festivals and activist organizations, fascinating 'number nuggets' and subway maps (including London, Amsterdam, Sydney, NYC).
Printed on 100% recycled paper by a printer holding environmental accreditation ISO 14001
ISBN / Barcode: 9781780262246
The New Internationalist brings to life the people, the ideas and the action in the fight for global justice.
My brand new, New Internationalist Diary for 2017 has just popped out of my letterbox... The diary is so cool - I love it. There is just something so special about opening a new diary before the year begins, looking at all the blank spaces waiting for fabulous new things to be written in them. Many thanks for putting together such a unique publication.
The New Internationalist magazine has won the Paul Hoffman Prize, awarded for NI's outstanding contribution to world development.
The Education Web Guide team were particularly impressed by the quality and educational content (of the New Internationalist magazine)
The magazine is a secular publication. Readers, both Christian and non-Christian, may not always agree with all its conclusions. But it is an excellent catalyst for better informed thought and action. It pulls no punches yet at the same time is written with sensitivity and compassion ... could be of immense help in our becoming more globally aware and responsible citizens.
A little about Asha Handicrafts: Asha Handicrafts provides the security of markets to small scale artisan workshops around India, like ANSA, the soapnut harvesters in Tamil Nadu.
New Internationalist Australia is a member of the World Fair Trade Organization, which means we have to stock a percentage of Fair Trade products, and also adhere to Fair Trade practices ourselves. Great for supporting producers rights, and also for our staff.
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