#Inequality

  • Article: This Is How Few Black Students Are Being Admitted to Oxbridge
    Education

    This Is How Few Black Students Are Being Admitted to Oxbridge

    By Imogen Calderwood|June 4, 2018

    Britain’s most elite universities are under fire. Read more

  • Article: Grenfell Disaster Could Happen Again Due to 'Crowded, Unequal Cities': Report
    Citizenship

    Grenfell Disaster Could Happen Again Due to 'Crowded, Unequal Cities': Report

    By Imogen Calderwood|May 30, 2018

    In just three decades, 90% of the world’s population could be living in cities. Read more

  • Article: 51 Million Families in the US Can Barely Afford Food or Rent, Study Shows
    Citizenship

    51 Million Families in the US Can Barely Afford Food or Rent, Study Shows

    By Phineas Rueckert|May 18, 2018

    Despite middle-class growth, millions of Americans are struggling. Read more

  • Article: New York City Will Be First City Ever to Report on Its UN Global Goals Progress
    Citizenship

    New York City Will Be First City Ever to Report on Its UN Global Goals Progress

    May 4, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    New York City is setting an example for the rest of the country to follow. Read more

  • Article: More Than 1 Million Poor South Africans May Soon Become Homeowners
    Citizenship

    More Than 1 Million Poor South Africans May Soon Become Homeowners

    By Phineas Rueckert|March 15, 2018

    It’s a momentous task, but one that could reduce inequality in South Africa. Read more

  • Article: Americans Are Smoking Less, But the Poorest People Still Suffer from Addiction
    Health

    Americans Are Smoking Less, But the Poorest People Still Suffer from Addiction

    By Andrew McMaster|Feb. 23, 2018

    480,000 Americans die from smoking each year. Three-quarters of them live in poverty. Read more

  • Article: Bill Gates: ‘I Need to Pay Higher Taxes’
    Finance & Innovation

    Bill Gates: ‘I Need to Pay Higher Taxes’

    By Phineas Rueckert|Feb. 20, 2018

    “The government should require people in my position to pay significantly higher taxes.” Read more

  • Feature: ‘I Was the First Person to Come Out as Gay on Live TV in Nigeria’
    FeatureCitizenship

    ‘I Was the First Person to Come Out as Gay on Live TV in Nigeria’

    By Imogen Calderwood|Feb. 15, 2018

    Bisi Alimi lived with HIV for three years with no treatment, because of the fear of being found out. Read more