The Guardian Weekly Founded in Manch­ester, Eng­land 4 July 1919

Vol 199 | Is­sue № 22

The Guardian Weekly - - Inside -

Guardian Weekly is an edited se­lec­tion of some of the best jour­nal­ism found in the Guardian and Ob­server news­pa­pers in the UK and the Guardian’s dig­i­tal edi­tions in the UK, US and Aus­tralia. The weekly mag­a­zine has an in­ter­na­tional fo­cus and three edi­tions: global, Aus­tralia and North Amer­ica. The Guardian was founded in 1821, and Guardian Weekly in 1919. We ex­ist to hold power to ac­count in the name of the pub­lic in­ter­est, to up­hold lib­eral and pro­gres­sive val­ues, to fight for the com­mon good, and to build hope. Our val­ues, as laid out by ed­i­tor CP Scott in 1921, are hon­esty, in­tegrity, courage, fair­ness, and a sense of duty to the reader and the com­mu­nity. The Guardian is wholly owned by the Scott Trust, a body whose pur­pose is “to se­cure the fi­nan­cial and ed­i­to­rial in­de­pen­dence of the Guardian in per­pe­tu­ity”. We have no pro­pri­etor or share­hold­ers, and any profit made is re-in­vested in jour­nal­ism.

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