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.
Myanmar-based news outlet supported by the Foundation achieves global resonance on the Reuters Wire.
First-of-its-kind survey asks experts to name best and worst megacities for women.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, our colleague at the Thomson Reuters Foundation who has been a political hostage in Iran for 554 days, was subjected yesterday to another mockery of justice by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard who have re-opened her case
and added three new charges that carry an additional 16 years in jail.
The winners of an award to honour some of the most courageous yet least recognised journalists around the world were announced today, alongside an inaugural award for news fixers.
Thomson Reuters Foundation joins forces with Deutsche Bank to launch news coverage of social enterprise sector, a fast-growing
industry where returns are generated by products and solutions that have a social impact.
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