#Thomson Reuters Foundation

  • Article: This App Hopes to Reduce Child Marriages in Bangladesh
    Finance & Innovation

    This App Hopes to Reduce Child Marriages in Bangladesh

    May 7, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    More than half of all Bangladeshi girls are married before they turn 18. Read more

  • Article: Tourists Visiting South Africa Will Be Asked to Restrict Water Use, Too
    Water & Sanitation

    Tourists Visiting South Africa Will Be Asked to Restrict Water Use, Too

    Feb. 21, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    "Even if it rains tomorrow, we can never go back to the old way of consuming water" Read more

  • Article: The Biggest Companies in Asia Are Joining to Fight Slavery
    Finance & Innovation

    The Biggest Companies in Asia Are Joining to Fight Slavery

    Jan. 16, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    They hope that a corporate-backed movement will succeed where activism failed. Read more

  • Article: Taiwan Mulls Third Gender Option on Passports, IDs
    Citizenship

    Taiwan Mulls Third Gender Option on Passports, IDs

    Jan. 16, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    The island's 23 million people widely embrace LGBT rights, transgender and intersex people suffer. Read more

  • Article: Major Climate Change Lawsuits Expected to Make Splash in 2018
    Environment

    Major Climate Change Lawsuits Expected to Make Splash in 2018

    Dec. 28, 2017|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    While climate-related suits are not new, scientific advances could bolster plaintiffs. Read more

  • Article: Indian Sex Slaves Are Being 'Hidden' in Secret Passageways and Cupboards
    Girls & Women

    Indian Sex Slaves Are Being 'Hidden' in Secret Passageways and Cupboards

    Dec. 14, 2017|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Rescued child sex workers in India reveal hidden cells in brothels. Read more

  • Article: These 2 Issues Are the Main Obstacles in the Fight to End Modern Slavery, Campaigners Say
    Citizenship

    These 2 Issues Are the Main Obstacles in the Fight to End Modern Slavery, Campaigners Say

    By Imogen Calderwood|Nov. 15, 2017

    Global Citizen is at the Thomson Reuters Foundation Trust Conference in London. Read more

  • Article: Women in the Middle East Are More Educated Than Ever Before — But Still Held Back by Discriminatory Laws
    Girls & Women

    Women in the Middle East Are More Educated Than Ever Before — But Still Held Back by Discriminatory Laws

    Oct. 13, 2017|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Discriminatory laws aren't just unfair to women, they're unprofitable to entire regions. Read more