At a time when we face global political, environmental, economic and humanitarian crises, we look to the power of pro bono to help build sustainable solutions.
Pro bono legal assistance was crucial to put legal weight behind an innovative app that empowers human rights activists, journalists and prosecutors to hold those responsible for war crimes accountable.
Authorities in western India have begun the process of offering alternative work to men risking their lives illegally mining sand, after a Thomson Reuters Foundation investigation in July uncovered at least two deaths in the past year.
LGBTI activists and pro bono lawyers teamed up to open the first safe house for LGBTI refugees in the UK.
Thomson Reuters Foundation confers prestigious award to businesses leading the way in global fight against forced labour.
The Thomson Reuters Foundation, the charitable
arm of the world’s largest news and information provider, announced today its participation in a first-of-its-kind initiative to train 100 young Arab media professionals and influencers from across 19 Arab states.
Following the broadcast on Iranian State TV Evening News in which
several accusations are made against Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and the Thomson Reuters Foundation, I would like to re-establish a few facts.
We welcome UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson’s clarification of his comments about our colleague Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, in which he accepts he ‘could have been clearer’ about her work at the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
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