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Men and women are equal nowadays, right? Not so much, says Laura Bates, founder of the popular Everyday Sexism Project
An anti-FGM campaigner in the UK who was cut herself as a child drew up a fake petition to “save female circumcision” as a cultural right - and almost everyone she solicited signed on in support
The UK government launches its Open Government Partnership (OGP) action plan, outlining how it plans to push forward the transparency agenda
As global warming brings worsening storms, we need a new engineering approach to prepare
What feminist needs a patriarch? Even the most radical topless activists, according to Australian film director Kitty Green’s debut documentary on the FEMEN movement. But its members have since cast off their Ukrainian male mentor and are now taking on the big issues without him
We should recognise that the social enterprise sector is not a little cult any more - one in five starts-ups is social and one in five members of the workforce is now a sole or joint trader
The Soviet dictator is both an object of pride and a nagging reminder of Moscow’s lingering influence in Georgia after its disastrous war with Russia
A programme designed to boost media capabilities in six parliamentary democracies.
The prize - in five categories, each worth 10,000 euros to the winner - was launched by some of Europe's major media foundations to encourage quality journalism in countries across the continent
Read about how TRF travelled to Mumbai to help financial journalists
Prime Minister Cameron has said that he personally supports a public register of the real owners of companies but when it came to the G8, he stopped just short of taking that step
For thousands of people still uprooted by the conflict, returning home remains an elusive hope
Behavioural change programmes need to be much longer if we want to see a real reduction in female genital cutting, and the short-term goal-orientated approach of some NGOs is at odds with this
The onus is on companies to ensure that their suppliers, distributors, and agents meet global anti-corruption standards
A sneak peek at what’s on our radar this week…
Relatives of the 5,748 people missing and presumed dead wait in a state of limbo, not knowing if the bodies of their loved ones will ever be recovered
Scientists are making an effort to align their research priorities with what matters to African farmers
Global maps showing hidden hunger hot spots can help combat micronutrient deficiencies, prevent disease and death, improve health and help economic growth and development