Last year, Lice v Lice featured the story of one of its vendors, Tunan Sadik, and stated that he was “one of those people who succeed in their lives”. Less than a year later, Tunan has used his success as a magazine vendor to provide a better home for himself and for the rest of his family. We visited him at home in the Shutka neighbourhood of Skopje to find out more.
INSP was pleased to offer a series of scholarships to support 14 delegates from 9 countries in attending the Global Street Paper Summit that took place in our home city of Glasgow in August.
We’re spoiling you today – with two sets of Finalists for the 2018 INSP Awards being announced!
We’re rounding off the week by bringing you the Finalists in Best Design for the 2018 INSP Awards.
The INSP Awards are fast approaching, so it’s time to find out the Finalists up for Best Cultural Feature.
This award acknowledges excellence in street paper design – find out who’s made the Top 10.
Our most hotly contested INSP Award this year was for Best Cover – with a whopping 63 entries from street papers around the world! Find out who’s made the Top 10…
We’re continuing with our 2018 INSP Awards announcements, and today we’re revealing the Top 10 Entries for Best Cultural Feature.
The future beckons for high-school student Jusuf, who is looking forward to entering the world of work. Here, he tells us his story and talks about his life, desire to travel and love of dancing the tango.
The decorations are packed away, resolutions have been made (and already broken!), and the dieting has begun. This can only mean one thing…a new year – and a new batch of street paper covers – is upon us!
For Suhamet Sadik, selling Lice v Lice is a lifeline that enables him to support his family. In a sincere interview, Suhamet shares his wishes and plans and speaks out about the problems posed by marginalization in Macedonian society.
The witching hour is upon us, and has conjured up a month of frighteningly good covers to keep the spectres at bay.
The ONE Festival of Homeless Arts showcases and celebrates works of art, in a variety of mediums, imagined and created by people who have experienced homelessness. Curated and compiled by artist and campaigner David Tovey, the exhibition at the Diorama Arts Centre kicked off its second instalment on World Homeless Day.
Our snap-happy street papers have offered up hundreds of impressive images this year, and we’ve got the top ten all developed and ready to go!
All this week, we’re announcing the nominees for the 2017 INSP Awards – and today it’s the top ten in the Best Design category.
We’re in Macedonia for our vendor wishes series today, where Ilfeta tells us that she hopes to be a good mum, while Armando wants to travel…
There’s support from big name stars featured on this month’s covers – but also stark reminders of why street papers are so necessary for homeless people.
Soak up a summery selection of animal-mad street paper covers with pugs, wolves, chickens, seagulls and crabs – plus Pikachu and the fish star of Finding Dory.
From the political to the cultural, the bold and beautiful covers selected as finalists for the INSP Awards underscore the creativity in our network. Check out our final five ahead of the INSP Awards in Athens next week.
From the political to the cultural – and Beyoncé to Jesus Christ – the range of hard-hitting and beautiful covers nominated for the INSP Awards underscores the creativity in our network.
From rock gods to proud vendors, February’s street paper covers featured lots of fascinating and inspiring people. Explore the world’s street papers here.
Macedonian street paper Lice v lice has partnered with local designers to create a cool new product, “Strong bags for strong social changes”. Sold alongside the paper, all profits support vendors and vulnerable people in Skopje.
Lice v lice vendors handed out free books from several Macedonian publishers to the first 100 readers that bought the magazine.
“Now I know that this is a good and decent job and I had to put more effort into Lice v lice so that both the magazine and I would succeed.”