HELO Magazine (pronounced hee-lo, as in helicopter) is a nonprofit humanitarian media organization aimed at bringing creativity, honesty, and a little bit of rock and roll back to crisis journalism. Primarily an online bimonthly magazine by, for, and about people who live and work in crisis zones, HELO also serves as a rally point for the humanitarian counterculture. Global thinkers, humanitarian aid workers, human rights advocates, war correspondents, diplomats, security gurus, and refugees network to share literary, alternative, and unusual stories on peace, war, and disaster than found elsewhere, as well as debate how to prepare for or prevent crises. HELO offers not only feature stories, viewpoints, and interviews on crisis, but also philosophy, music, food recipes, and humor from the field.
Daniel J. Gerstle, Editor|
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