#Labor

  • Article: These Women Are Leading the Fight Against Central India's Water Crisis

    These Women Are Leading the Fight Against Central India's Water Crisis

    Aug. 28, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    "If there is water, we have everything and if there is no water, we have nothing." Read more

  • Article: This Woman Was 9 Months Pregnant When She Freed Herself and Others From Modern Slavery

    This Woman Was 9 Months Pregnant When She Freed Herself and Others From Modern Slavery

    By Daniele Selby  and  Carmen Singer|Jan. 25, 2019

    Thaiyamma became a slave for years because she didn’t have $14. Read more

  • Article: Indian Garment Industry Vows to Stop Abusive Child Labor

    Indian Garment Industry Vows to Stop Abusive Child Labor

    By Joe McCarthy|Jan. 9, 2019

    Globally, 218 million children are engaged in labor of some kind. Read more

  • Article: British MP Comes Out as HIV Positive to Tackle Stigma

    British MP Comes Out as HIV Positive to Tackle Stigma

    Nov. 30, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Lloyd Russell-Moyle is only the second British lawmaker to reveal he is HIV positive. Read more

  • Article: Photos of May Day Protests From Around the World

    Photos of May Day Protests From Around the World

    By Olivia Kestin  and  Chris Gelardi|May 1, 2018

    Global Citizens are fighting for economic justice on this International Workers' Day. Read more

  • Article: Spanish Women Are Planning a Nationwide Strike for International Women's Day

    Spanish Women Are Planning a Nationwide Strike for International Women's Day

    March 6, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    The strike is aimed at combating the country's "macho" culture. Read more

  • Article: What the UN's unpaid internship drama says about inequality

    What the UN's unpaid internship drama says about inequality

    By Hans Glick|Aug. 18, 2015

    One man and his tent started an important discussion. Read more

  • Article: 5 myths about human trafficking

    5 myths about human trafficking

    By Meredith Hastings|July 30, 2015|World Vision

    It’s worth digging up a buried issue and dusting the cobwebs off our understanding of trafficking. Read more