Latterly – Spring 2017

Protesters fighting for equal justice. A Nigerian linguist digitizing his vanishing culture. A propaganda campaign with roots in Russia. You’ll find all of these stories in the launch issue of the new quarterly magazine from Latterly, a publication founded in 2014 and dedicated to reporting on social justice issues globally. We don’t pick sides, but we do believe in the principles of human rights and accountability. Latterly was first to report on Donald Trump’s Muslim ban. We’ve reported from more than three dozen countries. And we’ve remained completely independent from the start—our only stakeholders are our readers. Join our cause for independent, progressive journalism. Order the first issue or subscribe today.

The issue is full of essays, commentary, narrative journalism and photography.

Since its founding in 2014, Latterly has reported on social justice issues from more than three dozen countries with human-interest stories, news analysis and photography. The magazine and website are ad-free and reader-focused, and we’ve built a community around editorial transparency and a common interest in making the world a more equitable place. In return, Latterly readers make all the journalism possible through memberships and sales. Thank you for your support.

Product information

94 inside pages
A5 – 148mm x 210mm
300gsm matte uncoated cover
130gsm inside pages

Printed in Letchworth Garden City, UK.