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  1. Article: Driven From Their Homes by Climate Change, Indian Women Are Forced to Find New Livelihoods
    Girls & Women

    Driven From Their Homes by Climate Change, Indian Women Are Forced to Find New Livelihoods

    Oct. 18, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Some families who migrated because of climate change found more lucrative work. Read more

  2. Article: Ex-Gangster Says It's 'Too Easy' to Groom Children as Drug Mules in Britain
    Citizenship

    Ex-Gangster Says It's 'Too Easy' to Groom Children as Drug Mules in Britain

    Oct. 18, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Over 2,000 children suspected to have been trafficked were referred to the government in 2017. Read more

  3. Article: Displaced by Climate Change, Desperate Girls Turn to Prostitution
    Girls & Women

    Displaced by Climate Change, Desperate Girls Turn to Prostitution

    Oct. 17, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    "I did it only for the money. I had to buy food. I had to survive." Read more

  4. Article: Rohingya Refugee Girls Were Sold Into Forced Labor, UN Says
    Girls & Women

    Rohingya Refugee Girls Were Sold Into Forced Labor, UN Says

    Oct. 17, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    The International Organization for Migration has identified scores of human trafficking cases. Read more

  5. Article: Tens of Millions Fear Losing Their Homes or Land in the Next Five Years
    Citizenship

    Tens of Millions Fear Losing Their Homes or Land in the Next Five Years

    Oct. 17, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Many fear they'll lose their homes because of land rights and gender discriminatory policies. Read more

  6. Article: With Solar Farms and Panels, Bangladesh Inches Toward Its Green Energy Goal
    Environment

    With Solar Farms and Panels, Bangladesh Inches Toward Its Green Energy Goal

    Oct. 16, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    But coal and oil plants are still being built in the power-hungry country too. Read more

  7. Article: India's First Women-Run Train Station Is Shattering Stereotypes
    Girls & Women

    India's First Women-Run Train Station Is Shattering Stereotypes

    Oct. 15, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    These women are pushing back on workplace stereotypes and setting an example. Read more

  8. Article: Emmerdale Will Feature Women-Only Cast and Crew in Special One-Off Episode
    Girls & Women

    Emmerdale Will Feature Women-Only Cast and Crew in Special One-Off Episode

    Oct. 12, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    "It's the first time a soap has had an all-women team." Read more

  9. Article: A Year Later, #MeToo Is Still Finding Fresh Battlefields Worldwide
    Girls & Women

    A Year Later, #MeToo Is Still Finding Fresh Battlefields Worldwide

    Oct. 12, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    #MeToo has sparking discussions that may have long been kept under wraps or left unaddressed. Read more

  10. Article: The Income Gap Is Widening, Despite Falling Poverty Rates, Report Says
    Citizenship

    The Income Gap Is Widening, Despite Falling Poverty Rates, Report Says

    Oct. 11, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Experts say development aid must focus on improving the lives of the poorest 20% of people. Read more