New Internationalist Gift Subscription - Special Price for Amnesty Customers

An ideal gift for anyone who is curious about the world we live in. New Internationalist brings informed insight to today's most challenging political, social and environmental issues.

To purchase a gift subscription, please select this as the only item on your order. You will need to supply your billing address information and the gift recipient's shipping address information by selecting ‘Ship to different address’ and adding a new address. No postage charge will apply

If you want to buy other goods delivered to your own delivery address, then please make another order. No postage charge will be applied to your gift membership order.

Subscriptions start from the next magazine publication, which are sent out at the beginning of the month. Therefore, if you would like this to begin after Christmas with the Jan/Feb edition, please purchase in early to mid December.

One year subscription.
Was £45.85.
10 issues a year.
Jan/Feb and July/August are combined issues.

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  • Recycled  
  • New_Internationalist  
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What they say about the NI

"If you would like to know something about what’s actually going on, rather than what people would like you to think was going on – then read the New Internationalist” - Emma Thompson, actress

"For many years I have read the NI with great respect. Many an article I have written, and film I have made, have had their roots in something I read in the NI." - John Pilger, journalist

"It explains and clarifies all the confusions and contradictions we encounter daily in the media's international news coverage" - Julie Christie - actress

"New Internationalist is a magazine well worth reading as it respects the intelligence of its readers. It is independent, lively and properly provocative, helping to keep its readers abreast of important developments in parts of our globe that risk marginalisation. Read it!." - Desmond M Tutu, Archbishop of Cape Town .

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