Financial institutions, NGOs and law enforcement in Asia Pacific join forces against modern slavery.
15 journalists from across the country converged on a hotel in the diplomatic area of the city for a five-day course run by the Foundation’s Editor-in-Chief Belinda Goldsmith and Bangladesh correspondent Naimul Karim and sponsored by the C&A Foundation.
A journalism fellow from a programme run in collaboration with the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the Stanley Foundation and Gerda Henkel Stiftung has been awarded second place at a prestigious journalism awards ceremony in Lagos, Nigeria for his investigative article on farmer-herder conflict in Nigeria and its impact on food security.
Monique Villa has announced she is to step down from the helm of the Thomson Reuters Foundation, a position she has held for 11 years. Antonio Zappulla has been appointed Chief Executive Officer by the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s Board of Trustees. Currently Chief Operating Officer of the Foundation, he will take up his new role when Monique leaves in April 2019.
It is extremely shocking to see our colleague Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe going on hunger strike to protest at her inhumane treatment in Evin prison, at a time where her health is already at its poorest.
A four-year project aimed at eradicating some of the worst forms of child slavery in three African countries launches today, the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery (December
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