In the last of our vendor wishes series, Surprise vendor Tatjana tells us she hopes to be reunited with her family in Switzerland in the coming year.
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…
Today, as part of our vendor wishes series, we visit Vicky who sells The Contributor in Tennessee. She has big plans for the new year…
For New Year’s Eve, we have a bumper series of vendor wishes to share from StreetWise in Chicago.
As 2016 nears its end, Straßenkreuzer vendor Steve hopes that the new year will be defined by social justice instead of terrorism.
“Every homeless person has a story to tell,” says Linda, who sells Draussenseiter in Cologne, Germany. She tells us her aims for 2017.
Rüdiger takes some time to reflect on his hopes for 2017. He also has some words of support for the charity that makes Berlin street paper Strassenfeger.
Liceulice has faced challenges this year, but Snezana and Goran tell us the street paper is still essential in Belgrade. They describe their goals for 2017.
This Christmas Eve, we meet TagesSatz vendor Constance. She appeals to the German government to stop allowing homeless people freeze to death on the street.
Eileen and Mike both sell Street Roots in Portland, USA. They join our vendor wishes series, both calling on the government to tackle affordable housing.
Our special vendor wishes series continues with a heart-warming message and festive greetings from Jean-Guy in Canada.
It’s been a rough year for Hans, but his customers have kept him going through his health problems. One of them even gave him a very special present.
Big Issue South Africa vendor Mkhululi is the latest of our global vendors to tell us about his ambitions for 2017. His goal is to start a new business.
In the last weeks of 2016, INSP has spoken to vendors worldwide about their hopes for the coming year. Today, we meet Robert and Vicki in Downtown Dallas.
In 2017, Craig aims to get a two-bedroom place so his daughter can come to visit him. She hasn’t been able to in the rooming house he currently lives in.
For today’s vendor wishes, Shedia vendors Nikos and Nikolaos embody the positive attitude of the publication as they look forward to 2017.
One Step Away vendors Bernard, Howie and Jeff tell us about how they’d like to make the world a better place in 2017. Despite concerns about Trump.
As 2016 comes to a close, vendors tell INSP about their hopes for the new year. Today, Apropos vendor Elena says she wants a better life for her son David.