Thomson Reuters Foundation Monthly Newsletter

WEF 2019: Disinformation, Populism and the Future for Big Tech

New York Times Columnist Nick Kristof, Washington Post Executive Editor Marty Baron, Le Monde Editorial Director Sylvie Kauffmann, and Basel Institute on Governance Chairman Mark Pieth joined our annual breakfast event in Davos to discuss disinformation, populism and navigating the digital news revolution. Rasmus Nielsen, Director of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, also delivered keynote remarks on the future for big tech. Find out more

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News Picks

Wedded to debt: Fathers of Indian child brides trapped in bondage

Despite being illegal, nearly 27 percent of girls get married before they turn 18 in India, accounting for the highest rates of child marriages across South Asia

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Threatened, followed and abused: Malaysia urged to make stalking a crime

Malaysia, like most countries across Asia-Pacific, does not have an anti-stalking law and such behaviour is often culturally seen as a private or a family matter

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See you in court, citizens tell governments on climate change

Legal actions are based on the principle that governments must meet their obligations under human rights law and the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change

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