The INSP News Service is one of our key member services. It provides editorial support to street papers - to build their capacity and increase their sales - so that tens of thousands of homeless vendors can earn a living and improve their lives.
The INSP News Service provides free content and translation to street papers. It circulates content from within the network and external media partners. It also adds value to street papers by using INSP's unique position to create exclusive content. INSP journalists detect and report on global trends relating to homelessness and social justice, and secure support from high profile contributors.
In 2012, street papers used over £600,000 worth of INSP material - 10 times the operational cost of the service itself.
But the INSP News Service does more than change the world for people in poverty. It also changes perceptions of millions of readers, by putting a human face on homelessness and building relationships across social boundaries. It offers a refreshing outlet that is focused on positive change for the world.
Find out more in this video, introduced by INSP Honorary President David Schlesinger (former Editor-in-Chief of Reuters News and former Chairman of Thomson Reuters, China), and INSP Ambassador Jon Snow (Channel 4 News).
To find out more about the INSP News Service and how you can support the project please contact us.