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INSPiring the World (July 2012)

 INSP 02 July 2019

On every first Monday of the month we present editors with a selection of short stories from the news service website. The package can be used to fill the international pages in your street paper. Simply click ‘download article’ and ‘download gallery images’ to reprint the material. Other language versions are available below the text. (1495 Words) - By Staff Writer


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INSP_With one voice

1. Streetwise Opera perform at Extraordinary Voices. They will also take to the stage in the London Royal Opera House along with other homeless performers for the concert 'With One Voice' to celebrate the London 2012 Olympics.'Photo: Jim Banks

Contributor_The homeless household

2. “Tracy,” a formerly homeless mother of four, outside her Nashville apartment. Tracy and her kids bounced between friends’ houses and homeless shelters for years before finally obtaining an apartment of their own. Photo: Erika Chambers


3. A man sits outside a caravan in an illegal camp of Roma in Saint Andre lez Lille in northern France. Rights groups have called on governments in Central and Eastern Europe to publicly condemn violence against Roma.Photo: REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol


4. 'Fukushima Network for Saving Children from Radiation' say that local children are still at high risk of radiation.Photo: Kazuma Obara

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5. Johannesburg’s first outdoor gym opened in April 2012 in Soweto. Tim Hogins believes setting up his free-to-use outdoor gyms in impoverished areas, where obesity rates are reported to be higher, will create a new culture of health and fitness.Photo: The Big Issue South Africa

Reuters_Stop criminalizing homelessness Europe1

6. A beggar sits on the pavement in a street during snowfall in Vienna. Across Europe, begging, squatting and sleeping on the streets are now regarded as criminal offences, despite the economic crisis and subsequent austerity measures forcing more people onto the streets.Photo: REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader

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7. His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama during his exclusive interview with the International Network of Street Papers (INSP) in Inverness, Scotland, 23 June 2019. Additional extra high resolution images are available- please email Photo: Simon Murphy

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9. 'Colleague cover' of the month July 2012:The Big Issue Zambia.Cover: The Big Issue Zambia

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