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  • Little Book of Big Ideas

    Little Book of Big Ideas

    Quotations and extracts providing the essence of the big ideas that have shaped our world.
  • Letters From The Edge

    Letters From The Edge

    A powerful collection in which 12 women write about the nuances of everyday life and culture in far-flung countries.

    Contains brief biographies on each author and profiles each country’s political situation at the time of writing and up to the present day. Punctuated throughout with black and white illustrations.
  •  No Nonsense Guide to Women's Rights

    No Nonsense Guide to Women's Rights

    This guide examines the advances that have been made but also looks beneath the surface to find out what the reality is for women all around the world.
  • No Nonsense Guide to Class, Caste and Hierarchies

    No Nonsense Guide to Class, Caste and Hierarchies

    In this No-Nonsense Guide, Jeremy Seabrook asks who is to guarantee social justice.
  •  Caine Prize 2011 - To See the Mountain and other stories

    Caine Prize 2011 - To See the Mountain and other stories

    The best in new short story fiction from Africa's leading literary award.

    Won by 2013 Booker shortlisted author NoViolet Bulawayo (Zimbabwe) for Hitting Budapest

    "A near-infallible early-warning system for new African talent"
    Boyd Tonkin, Independent

    Size: 19.4cm x 13cm, 256 pages, paperback
    Publication date: 1 July 2011
  • NI474 New Internationalist July/Aug 2014 Issue

    NI474 New Internationalist July/Aug 2014 Issue

    Feminism is undergoing a renaissance. Young women are at the fore, squaring up to sexism with humour, great bravery and digital tools. In this issue we take a look at the long to-do list of 21st-century feminists. What shapes does sexism take around the world? Where have women’s rights advanced or been set into reverse? What opportunities – and challenges- are presented by technology? And what risks are run by women at the frontline?

  • People First Economics

    People First Economics

    How can we rein in the beasts unleashed by the free market economy? Some of the world's greatest thinkers, writers and leaders propose the answers.

    Chomsky * Klein * George * Bello * Monbiot * Morales

    Plus an extract from The Spirit Level by Wilkinson and Pickett