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  1. Article: Is the UK's Landmark Anti-Slavery Law Working? Here's What 6 Experts Have to Say.

    Is the UK's Landmark Anti-Slavery Law Working? Here's What 6 Experts Have to Say.

    Oct. 18, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    It's been five years since the Modern Slavery Act was introduced. Read more

  2. Article: UK Government's Plan to Make Photo ID Compulsory When Voting Sparks Fears for Vulnerable Britons

    UK Government's Plan to Make Photo ID Compulsory When Voting Sparks Fears for Vulnerable Britons

    Oct. 16, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Civil society groups warn that it could exclude thousands of homeless people and minority groups. Read more

  3. Article: London Doctor Wins Award for Building World's First Crowdfunded Children's Hospital in Syria

    London Doctor Wins Award for Building World's First Crowdfunded Children's Hospital in Syria

    Oct. 16, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    British-Syrian doctor Rola Hallam turned her grief into action. Read more

  4. Article: Uganda Denies Plans to Impose Death Penalty for Gay Sex Amid Global Uproar

    Uganda Denies Plans to Impose Death Penalty for Gay Sex Amid Global Uproar

    Oct. 15, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    A minister last Thursday said the government planned to re-introduce an anti-homosexuality bill. Read more

  5. Article: 'Bake Off' Winner Nadiya Hussain Says Talking About Sexual Assault Is 'Best Thing I've Done'

    'Bake Off' Winner Nadiya Hussain Says Talking About Sexual Assault Is 'Best Thing I've Done'

    Oct. 14, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Nadiya Hussain recently shared that she was sexually assaulted when she was five years old. Read more

  6. Article: Extinction Rebellion Protestors at London Airport Say They Are 'Mainstream' and 'Scared'

    Extinction Rebellion Protestors at London Airport Say They Are 'Mainstream' and 'Scared'

    Oct. 11, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Activists, including many retirees, are taking over London in protest at climate inaction. Read more

  7. Article: UK Universities Are Rolling Out Consent Courses to Crack Down on Harassment

    UK Universities Are Rolling Out Consent Courses to Crack Down on Harassment

    Oct. 11, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Nearly 1,500 reports of sexual harassment or sexual violence against students were made in 2018-9. Read more

  8. Article: This Hi-Tech Devon Farm Is Testing Ways to Make Agriculture More Sustainable

    This Hi-Tech Devon Farm Is Testing Ways to Make Agriculture More Sustainable

    Oct. 8, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    The outcome of the project could transform sustainable farming practices in the UK. Read more

  9. Article: How Some South African Men Are Using Trumpets to Help Keep Soweto Women Safe

    How Some South African Men Are Using Trumpets to Help Keep Soweto Women Safe

    Oct. 2, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    The iconic vuvuzela has come a long way in the country since the 2010 football World Cup. Read more

  10. Article: Even When Playing a Leader, Women Are 4 Times as Likely to Be Naked on Screen

    Even When Playing a Leader, Women Are 4 Times as Likely to Be Naked on Screen

    Oct. 2, 2019|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    New research analyses the 56 top-grossing films of 2018 in 20 countries. Read more