Stylish new designs combine with in-depth coverage

Judith Symonds

I have to admit that I was sceptical when the Alliance team polled its readers about what we wanted to see in design and format for its new-look magazine. My interest in really reading a large volume of articles was waning, tending to skim for facts I thought I should not miss.

The new format, design, and I would say, increasingly sharp reporting style, proved me wrong, at least if this issue is a portent of what’s to come.

The look is clear and intriguing and relates to the content. It dares to stun and surprise.

Content is grouped logically and aligned with key societal issues, reflecting philanthropy’s unique features, persistent challenges and geographical focus.

 
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