Thomson Reuters Foundation Monthly Newsletter

Aldi UK, HSBC UK and Delta Air Lines amongst winners of Stop Slavery Award

We announced the winners of our annual Stop Slavery Award in a ceremony hosted at the European headquarters of global law firm Baker McKenzie on February 20th. Held as a standalone ceremony for the first time, the 2020 Stop Slavery Award recognised more innovators than ever before. Find out more

LGBT History Month Event: The Remarkable Diaries of Mr Lucas
Can gay men safely donate blood? Science says yes
'Picked By Slaves: Coffee Crisis Brews in Brazil' shortlisted for best non-for-profit story section of 2019 Shorthand Awards
Karuna Nundy at Trust Conference 2019: How can the law tackle patriarchal systems oppressing women?
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EXCLUSIVE-Major Thai coffee brand vows to repay 200 debt-ridden farmers

Doi Chaang Coffee says it will pay about 7 million baht ($224,000) after the Thomson Reuters Foundation revealed the non-payment and ensuing debts

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Nepal's next census to count LGBT+ people for the first time

The move was hailed as a step forward, but campaigners voiced concern over a failure to distinguish between gender and sexual orientation in the survey

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'Gross and shocking’: Women call for new laws to stop cyber-flashing

Cyber-flashing - when a man sends a photo of his penis via a digital device - is a growing form of sexual abuse

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