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From transparency and tax avoidance to an insight into Latin America's longest-running conflict, take a look at what Thomson Reuters Foundation correspondents are working on this week
Turns out the car’s not so bad after all, as long as you follow a few rules
Thomson Reuters Foundation sponsored its first ever journalism training class in Paraguay.
After more than two decades imprisoned in small rooms, a southern Indian girl becomes a famous female poet, activist, politician and the subject of a powerful documentary
Nearly all countries insisted that tangles, like that caused by Russia, must be avoided
Blair Glencorse analyses the governance problems plaguing Nepal’s universities and argues for higher education to be made a crucial concern on the post-MDG agenda
Putin vs. Pussy Riot: Why the hard crackdown?
The fight against money laundering has involved civil servants drafting reams of highly technical but ineffective regulations
Data must be available and user-friendly so that developing countries can follow the money, strengthen accountability and deliver improved development results
If corruption were punished by death - as it is in some cases in China - would you report the infraction?
Talking to a 10-year-old Indian rape victim - who was put in a jail cell when she reported the crime - is deeply upsetting for both the girl and the reporter
Planning for major heat waves can save lives
Thousands of monitoring stations across the continent create potential for Africa to have increased supplies of food, stronger economies and greater stability for its people
We are not acting boldly enough or quickly enough to avert an environmental and humanitarian catastrophe. Here’s a roadmap
Extractive transparency campaigners celebrate as the European Parliament signs off on a law to force companies to publish what they pay