Thomson Reuters Foundation Monthly Newsletter

Seven highlights from Trust Conference 2019

From a two-minute standing ovation following a panel on media freedom to a 19-year-old human rights defender taking the stage by storm, Trust Conference 2019 was like no other. Find out more

Can non-profits rebuild public trust with data?
Only adults? Good practices in legal gender recognition for youth
SDG course brings high 5s and humour to journalists in southern Africa
Ninth annual TrustLaw Awards celebrate ground-breaking pro bono work
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BACKSTORY-Nine months after Lobo showed us an Amazon ambush site, he was killed in one

The Thomson Reuters Foundation met Paulo Paulino Guajajara in January - this week he was killed, the latest fatality in an escalating battle between illegal loggers and indigenous tribes

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In war-ravaged Kabul, women throng parks for peace and picnics

In recent years, more than half a dozen of Kabul's gardens and parks have been restored or are being upgraded, with a focus on making them safer and more accessible to women

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INSIGHT-Global spotlight on illegal mica mines drives Indian villagers to hide deaths

Campaigners and police say villagers are less likely to report accidents and deaths in a trade they know to be illegal, fearing arrest or losing their income

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