Tagged with 'insp'

“I’m not a beggar, I’m a trader”
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“I’m not a beggar, I’m a trader”: 30 years of BISS

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Arts & Homelessness International Awards
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New Arts and Homelessness International Awards launched

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Changing the narrative on homelessness and poverty

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Lily Gladstone and Leonardo DiCaprio act on the set of the film Killers of the Flower Moon. They are in period costume and are sat at a dining table.
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INSP editor Tony Inglis: “Martin Scorsese’s new film shows co-creation alongside people with lived experience can change the narrative”

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Report on Scottish Social Enterprises impact
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New report: 'Scotland – A world leader in international social enterprise'

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Global Forum for Media Development
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INSP joins the Global Forum for Media Development

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INSP North America director: “Street papers believe in the idea that journalism can bring people together to make the world we live in a better place”

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Picture of Museum of Liverpool, where the Global Street Paper Summit will be held
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Global Street Paper Summit confirmed for Liverpool in 2024

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Meet Traços vendor Thifany Branco
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Meet Traços vendor Thifany Branco

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INSP has succeeded in winning an Innovate UK Catalyst Award

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Sarah Britz stands against a brick wall with blonde hair, thick black glasses and a blue shirt.
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“Reading a street paper provides a new picture of what is happening in the world”: Faktum editor-in-chief on why street paper journalism matters

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INSP editor Tony Inglis: "Street papers have forged their own path in journalism. Now they need your support"

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Journalism is not a crime
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'Journalism is not a crime' - reflections on the Thomson Reuters Foundation's Trust conference

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