- The Guardian Weekly
format = Compact
Guardian Media Group
editor = Natalie Bennett
language = English
Farringdon Road, London, UK
sister newspapers =
website = http://www.theguardianweekly.co.uk
"The Guardian Weekly" is a weekly
newspaperpublished by the Guardian Media Group, and is one of the world's oldest international newspapers. It was founded with the aim of advancing the cause of democracyin post-war Germany. Its first edition was printed a week after the signing of the Treaty of Versaillesin 1919, and included the following as a statement of mission: "We aim at presenting what is best and most interesting in the "Guardian", what is most distinctive and independent of time, in a compact weekly form".
"The Guardian Weekly" offers a compact digest of four newspapers. It contains articles from "
The Guardian" and " The Observer" newspapers in the UK, as well as reports, features and book reviews from " The Washington Post" and articles translated from France's " Le Monde" newspaper.
"The Guardian Weekly" carries a monthly "Learning English" supplement that offers news and classroom aids to teachers of English as a Foreign Language, as well as a guide to the best listening on the
BBC World Service. Its fortnightly "Outlook" section focuses on international development issues and the vital part played by NGOs in the field. It also offers the website Guardian Abroadfor expatriates.
"The Guardian Weekly" is printed in three centres - the
United Kingdom, Australia( Sydney) and Canada. Its readership is approximately 340,000.Fact|date=September 2007 The paper's readers include many world statesmen, including Nelson Mandela, who subscribed during his time in prison and described the paper as his "window on the wider world". [ [http://www.guardianweekly.co.uk/?page=aboutthenewspaper About the Guardian Weekly] , accessed 8 September 2007] George W. Bushis reportedly the first President of the United Statessince Jimmy Carternot to subscribe to "The Guardian Weekly". [Oliver Burkeman, [http://www.guardian.co.uk/international/story/0,,1951186,00.html "Bush reveals he is a Guardian reader (though sadly not a regular)"] , "The Guardian", 18 November 2006, accessed 25 November 2006]
On 1 August 2007, the "Guardian Weekly"'s website was relaunched as the "Guardian Weekly Global Network", which contains news written in the first-person and a community area where Guardian Weekly subscribers and users can plot themselves on a world map, meet and communicate, and submit eyewitness accounts themselves.
* [http://www.guardian.co.uk/guardianweekly/ "The Guardian Weekly" homepage]
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