Welcome to Nine twenty Magazine
From the sublime to the tragic, the new issue will take you from the inside of Offal Good’s gizzard-addled minds to the tentacles of reactionary internationalism that are beginning to reshape global politics. Featuring original investigations from Anna Freeman on the rights of sex workers after Brexit and Sam Sufrin on the structural violence of Fortress Europe, a brand new episode of ‘Credible/Incredible’, a peek at the shameful future of enforcing workers rights, and an op-ed that will answer all the questions you ever had about Nine Twenty. Scroll on in. Editing by Katie, design by Patrick.
Oliver watches as the government pats itself on the back for replacing the welfare state with charity-run food banks in ‘Food Bank Britain’; analyses the precarious status of UK workers rights in ‘Work for Many, Rights for Some’; and deconstructs just what we mean by poverty with ‘In the Eye of the Beholder’. Sebastian is at the V&A, wondering where Big Food is, in ‘Bigger than the Plate’. Laurie looks at a new form of citizen journalism in ‘Open Source Investigation’ and shows how it can be used to challenge the narratives of genocidal states in ‘The Rohingya’. Sebastian, Jim and Olive then bring you the tasty first episode of ‘Offal Good’, and with ‘Credible/Incredible’, Jim and James demystify the legacy of a polyglot. Editing by Katie, design by Patrick.