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  • Article: South Africans Go Online to Document Police Brutality

    South Africans Go Online to Document Police Brutality

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Aug. 4, 2020

    Police and army have come under fire from rights groups for using excessive force. Read more

  • Article: Mumbai Green Lights Women Figures on Traffic Signals

    Mumbai Green Lights Women Figures on Traffic Signals

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Aug. 4, 2020

    Mumbai to become the first city in India to feature female figures on traffic lights Read more

  • Article: Rising Temperatures Could Kill More People Than All Infectious Diseases Combined: Study

    Rising Temperatures Could Kill More People Than All Infectious Diseases Combined: Study

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 4, 2020

    Countries invest in disease prevention. Why not invest in climate action, too? Read more

  • Article: This New Podcast Gives a Voice to Domestic Violence Survivors in Iran

    This New Podcast Gives a Voice to Domestic Violence Survivors in Iran

    By Sophie Partridge-Hicks|Aug. 4, 2020

    Women are invited to speak freely and challenge societal taboos. Read more

  • Article: 50% of Young Men in the UK Believe Feminism Has ‘Gone Too Far’: Report

    50% of Young Men in the UK Believe Feminism Has ‘Gone Too Far’: Report

    By Leah Rodriguez|Aug. 4, 2020

    HOPE not hate surveyed young men about their attitudes towards gender equality during COVID-19. Read more

  • Article: New Campaign Calls for UK Ban on Adverts for Large Cars That Pollute the Planet

    New Campaign Calls for UK Ban on Adverts for Large Cars That Pollute the Planet

    By James Hitchings-Hales|Aug. 4, 2020

    Activists wants to ban adverts for SUVs in the same way that you can no longer promote smoking. Read more

  • Article: This Landmark Climate Case in Ireland Might Be ‘Huge' for the Rest of Europe Too

    This Landmark Climate Case in Ireland Might Be ‘Huge' for the Rest of Europe Too

    By James Hitchings-Hales|Aug. 4, 2020

    Climate activists took on the government — and won. Read more

  • Article: Rita Ora, Little Mix, and Niall Horan Join Hundreds of British Stars for ‘Rock Against Racism' Letter

    Rita Ora, Little Mix, and Niall Horan Join Hundreds of British Stars for ‘Rock Against Racism' Letter

    From Thomson Reuters Foundation|Aug. 4, 2020

    Over 700 artists and executives pledge to "wipe out racism" in the music industry. Read more