The Thomson Reuters Foundation names businesses, SMEs, NGOs, and journalists leading the way in the fight to end modern slavery and human trafficking.
Damian Radcliffe highlights the nine tips for reporting on COVID-19 in emerging economies and the Global South as outlined by the Thomson Reuters Foundation's Alum.
The Kurt Schork Memorial Fund is now accepting submissions for its 2021 awards in international journalism. The awards recognise excellence in courageous reporting of conflict, corruption, human rights transgressions and other related issues.
Recognising the wide range of actors dedicated to ending the scourge of modern slavery and human trafficking, the Thomson Reuters Foundation today unveiled the 28 candidates shortlisted for its annual Stop Slavery Award – after receiving a record number of applications.
The Thomson Reuters Foundation publishes the 2020 TrustLaw Index of Pro Bono: a survey identifying global pro bono legal trends.
Conference hosts stellar speaker line-up to explore pandemic’s impact on socio-economic inequalities, media freedom and data rights – and the path to recovery
The Thomson Reuters Foundation utterly condemns the latest move by the Iranian authorities to prolong Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s inhumane and unjust ordeal. Our colleague is innocent and remains unlawfully held hostage for crimes she has not committed.
In collaboration with the World Economic Forum, the hub will equip reporters in the Global South to cover the pandemic.
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