Veterans World promotes awareness of help, advice and support available to the veterans community.
Veterans WORLD raises awareness of help, advice and support available to veterans and their families via organisations, government, the voluntary and charitable sectors, and is aimed at people who work in an ‘advisory’ capacity with the public. Its distribution includes HM Prisons, NHS Primary Trusts, Local Authorities, Resettlement Officers, Mental Health care workers, Citizen Advice Bureaux and those who work with veterans organisations.
To subscribe please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The magazine is published in March, June, September and December. Article submission date for the December 2014 issue has now elapsed. Dates for the 2015 issues will be published here as soon as they become available.
Contributions are most welcome. However, article submissions do not guarantee publication in the magazine. If you have an article or press release that is suitable for Veterans World, to raise awareness of an initiative, scheme or organisation that offers help, advice or support to veterans, contact the Editorial Team with details:
Tel: 01253 338816 for editorial contributions
Tel: 01253 330451 for distribution enquiries
Please note these contacts are for Veterans World related enquiries only. Please direct any questions unrelated to Veterans World to
Veterans UK helpline
Ministry of Defence
Freephone (UK only): 0808 1914 2 18
Telephone (overseas): +44 1253 866 043
7:30 am to 6:30 pm Monday to Thursday
7:30 am to 5:00 pm Friday
When the helpline is closed, callers will be given the option to be routed to Combat Stress or The Samaritans 24hr helpline.
You now have two ways to view Veterans WORLD online; you can either view the magazine as a standard PDF by following the link above or you can view the latest February 2015 issue via ISSUU, a digital publishing platform that’s free to access. We hope that this option will give you a more enjoyable and accessible way to read the magazine.
Older issues can be found on the Government web archive